- Ronaldinho has taken to social media to share awesome image of an artwork made for him
- The artwork was superbly carved in Brazil on the tip of a pencil
- Ronaldinho Assis Moreira was a joy to watch during his active playing days for Barcelona
Barcelona legend Ronaldinho has shared photo of a stunning artwork of himself being carved in Brazil on the tip of a pencil which is now making rounds on the web considering it uniqueness.
The designer of the artwork made it so perfect exactly with the appearance of the Brazilian football legend who was known for his great skills during his playing time.
A ball was placed on the forehead with the eyes pointed upwards which was exactly how Ronaldinho used to play football before he retired.
Ronaldinho posted image of the artwork to more than 51 millions of his followers on Instagram in which was really appreciated.
Before retiring from football, Ronaldinho was among the greatest footballers of his time in which his dribbling styles were superb.
He retired from the round leather game in January 2018 and Ronaldinho has been a source of inspiration to everyone.
Recently, the 39-year-old visited his former club Barcelona and was accompanied by his former coach at the Nou Camp Frank Rijkaard.
They were both received by all Barcelona players and staffs who were happy to see their legends making a return.
Ronaldinho and Frank Rijkaard got to Barcelona at the same time in 2003 and also left after five years together at the Nou Camp.
Under Frank Rijkaard, Barcelona won the 2006 Champions League title in Paris where they beat Premier League side Arsenal in the final.
Arsenal scored first in that encounter through Sol Campbell who got a stunning assist from Emmanuel Eboue despite being one man down.
The Gunners were reduced to ten men in the first half when goalkeeper Jens Lehmann was red carded for fouling Cameroonian striker Samuel Eto'o.
Ronaldinho was superb in this encounter as Barcelona went on to beat Arsene Wenger and his men 2-1 in Paris.
In total, Ronaldinho won one Champions League title, two La Liga and two Spanish Super Copas before he left Barcelona.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Brazilian football legend Ronaldinho made it clear that his former teammate at Barcelona Lionel Messi is not the greatest of all time, but only the best of his era.
Barcelona forward Lionel Messi recently won the 2019 Ballon d'Or award which was his sixth in his career which also makes him the best footballer in the world.
Ronaldinho who also won the Ballon d'Or award before he retired however stated that he finds it difficult to call Lionel Messi the 'All time great'.
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