- Roberto Carlos won his only FIFA World Cup with Brazil in 2002
- The Real Madrid legend scored 11 goals in 125 matches for the five time world champions
- Carlos has now revealed he has slept in the same room with former teammate Ronaldo de Lima more than he has done with his wife
Real Madrid legend Roberto Carlos has revealed that he has 'slept with former teammate Ronaldo de Lima' more than his wife.
The 46-year-old scored eleven goals in 125 appearances for the Selecao - winning one FIFA World Cup title in the process.
He was part of the team that led the south American team to glory at the Korea/Japan 2002 edition of the championship.
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Carlos however revealed that he met Ronaldo in 1993, and since that time, they both have shared the same room.
He added that he has slept in the same room with the two time World Cup winning striker more than he has with his wife.
“I met Ronaldo in 1993 and from that moment we always shared the room. I’ve slept more times with Ronaldo than my wife." 90 Mins reported.
Carlos spent 11 years at the Santiago Bernabeu - winning three Champions League titles among several other domestic silverware.
During his reign at the Spanish League side, he scored 67 goals in 512 appearances to emerge one of their biggest players of all time.
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Carlos said concerning his former boss Vicente Del Bosque: "He was more like a friend. You didn’t need rules. We knew perfectly well what he wanted.
"Training on Monday was at five in the afternoon. Sometimes on Tuesday as well. He didn’t ask us to come in at 11:00 because practically nobody showed up."
Legit.ng earlier reported that former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has excluded the duo of Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi from his greatest of all time stars.
Both players have dominated world football in the last decade - winning five ballon d'Or awards each among several other individual and collective titles.
But despite the achievements of the two in the sport in the last ten years, Mourinho doesn't feel both are worthy to bear the tag 'greatest of all time'.