Ronaldinho invested his energy in the pitch dodging defenders and his post-football career evading the law.
Yet, the Brazilian whiz will spend his 40th birthday celebration in a Paraguayan jail today with the greatest test of his hazardous to shackle him to a six-month prison sentence.
The previous PSG, Barcelona and Milan playmaker won the 2005 Ballon D’Or, the 2002 World Cup – subsequent to beating David Seaman with a well known free-kick – and the 2006 Champions League last against Arsenal.
He is ostensibly among the three best Brazilian players to follow Pele alongside Ronaldo and Neymar. In any case, Ronaldinho was the undisputed best at Samba-style celebrating.
His legal advisor Adolfo Marín asserted: “He could have entered Paraguay with his Brazilian papers. He thought he had gotten uncommon Paraguayan archives. He didn’t realize he was carrying out a wrongdoing, since he didn’t comprehend he’d been given bogus records. He’s inept.”