-Ronaldinho started life behind the bar in high spirit by replicating his football days brilliance
- The Brazilain scored five goals and bagged six assists as he played his first match in Paraguay prison
- The former Barcelona star was arrested alongside his brother for breaking into Paraguay with a doctored passport
Ronaldinho is replicating the goal-scoring instincts of his heydays in football in Paraguay prison after footage showed the former Barcelona star hitting the back of the net for his side during the bi-annual futsal tournament.
Ronaldinho is facing six months in prison after he was arrested and charged to court over an attempt to enter Paraguay with a doctored passport.
The former AC Milan and Barcelona star was arrested on Wednesday, March 4, alongside his brother and business manager Roberto, who also entered the South American country with a fake passport.
They were both held in the same police station in the capital Asuncion, but Ronaldinho and his brother claim they were tricked in using the passports.
The image of the Selecao legend has now surfaced helping his side thrash their football opponents in Paraguay prison.
World Cup winner got involved in a game at Agrupacion Especializada, scoring five and assisting six in his side's 11-2 win over their opponents.
Earlier, it was reported that Ronaldinho was in good spirits after starting life behind the bar and was even enjoying the company of other inmates as he stayed at a Paraguayan jail over alleged passport fraud.
The head of the facility spoke to media on Monday where he tried to shed more light on the plight facing the 39-year-old, who was arrested on Friday.
He was initially taken in by police for questioning and was expected to get away with little more than a fine and warning.
But a court in Paraguay denied him bail on grounds he might flee the country once granted freedom, and he was eventually settled at Asuncion prison alongside his brother.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had reported that Ronaldinho 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.
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