There was actions for fifteen years before being imprisoned and shining on the futsal pitch in prison. Ronaldinho stunned the world of football with a masterpiece against Chelsea in the Champions League.
Ronaldinho shone on the futsal court with fellow prisoners to win. When Ronaldinho’s Barca marched to Chelsea’s Stamford Bridge on March 2005, they all understood it was a classic match. From the whistleblower – the legendary Pierluigi Collina – to the forces of both teams are examples of the great battle.
Chelsea is the cold steel block, while Barca is the fire. The hosts of the Camp Nou after years of hardship under Radomir Antic. Louis van Gaal is reviving with Frank Rijkaard in the coaching chair.
Surprise is probably the most accurate word to describe what happens at Stamford Bridge. Chelsea lead Barca 3-0 after just 19 minutes of the ball rolling. Damien Duff, Eidur Gudjohnsen and Frank Lampard are the scorers. But when Barca caught the match, Chelsea quickly felt hot.
Barca scored 1-3 goals on the penalty spot of Ronaldinho to salvage hope. 6 minutes before the end of the first half, the Brazilian superstar had the ball in the restricted area of Chelsea.
Around 10 Brazilians are 6 green shirts, including Petr Cech in the wooden frame of 7 people. Ronaldinho defeated them all. What he did was stand still. He shook his hips 3 beats before using his right foot to hit the Chelsea goal in the amazement of all.
Petr Cech motionlessly watched the ball fly into golf before looking back helplessly. The Czech goalkeeper conceded only 8 goals until then after 28 Premier League rounds. But was defeated twice by Ronaldinho when the first half was not over.
Chelsea’s duo of central defenders John Terry and Ricardo Carvalho were completely unresponsive. All seemed to be waiting for Ronaldinho’s usual sudden description of the conflict. But the Brazilian star fooled everyone.