Found December 18, 2013 on
Originally posted on Top-soccer.com
Ronaldinho’s Athletico Mineiro went out of the FIFA Club World Cup after losing to Moroccan league champions Raja Casablanca 3-1 in the semifinal.
The 33 year-old Brazilian who won the 2004 and 2005 FIFA World Player of the Year Award scored a superb free kick to draw the Copa Libertadores champions back on level terms.
Raja Casablanca who looked the better team throughout the match scored two more goals through Captain Mohsine Moutaouali and Vivien Mabide to prevent any comeback from the Brazilians and join Bayern Munich in the final.
At the end of the game the former Barcelona and AC Milan star was stripped of his gears by two Raja player who seems to be huge fan of the player.
Raja players removing Ronaldinho’s boots
Ronaldinho’s equalizing free kick
Athletico Mineiro will now face Chinese side Guangzhou Evergrande F.C. for third place in the tournament were Ronaldinho will get another chance to show some of the skills he display through...
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