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PLAYERS: Carlos Tevez
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Ronaldinho is currently playing with Brazilian club Flamengo in the Copa Libertadores, the South American equivalent of the UEFA Champions League, and with a title in that tournament he can join an elite group of players. Despite the large amount of South American talent, including arguably the two best players in the history of soccer, only a handful of players can claim titles in two of the biggest tournaments in the world: the UEFA Champions League and the Copa Libertadores. Here is the complete list of players that have accomplished the feat, not surprisingly composed entirely of Brazilian and Argentinean...
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