… and has joined a group of only 5 other players, all time. Maybe there’s more in store from the buck-toothed uber-genius… maybe even in the World Cup?
Read this. And here’s the excerpt:
Ronaldinho, still only 33, would have taken Atlético’s fifth kick. He has been exceptional at times this year, the creative hub of a side that has produced the best football in the competition. He was denied the climax of converting the winning penalty, but joins Cafu, Dida, Roque Júnior, Carlos Tevez and Walter Samuel in the select group to have won both the Champions League and Libertadores.
How would any self-respecting football fan remember Ronaldinho? With a smile.
The world’s a happier place when Ronaldinho’s playing football.