Brazil legend Ronaldinho reveals If he really meant THE goal vs England at 2002 World Cup


Brazil legend Ronaldinho reveals If he really meant THE goal vs England at 2002 World Cup
Ronaldinho has uncovered what was going through his head before his daring exertion cruised over David Seaman and into the back of the net.

The Brazil whiz inspired Luiz Felipe Scolari's side past England in the World Cup quarter-finals in 2002.

And his goal and asist, Ronaldinho earned a red card to preclude him of the semi-last, however returned for the last to enable Brazil to win their fifth World Cup.
Brazil legend Ronaldinho reveals If he really meant THE goal vs England at 2002 World Cup

"I saw he was off his line. Around five meters off. I truly went for the objective," Ronaldinho uncovered to FourFourTwo. "In spite of the fact that not precisely where [the ball] went.  
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"I gave a help, scored, was sent off – it was one of only a handful couple of times I got sent off. Belgium [in the last 16] was troublesome as well, however beating England was key since it raised certainty.

"Individuals definitely realized that could be the World Cup last in light of the fact that the vast majority of the top picks were out ahead of schedule."

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