BRAZILIAN legend Ronaldo proved he's still got it by scoring a sensational goal during a game of five aside.
The 45-year-old retired in 2011 after injuries blighted the second half of his career.
Despite knee issues, R9 has been able to take part in some fives in Brazil.
And he left fans mesmerised with one goal reminiscent of his pomp.
Ronaldo dazzled a defender with stepovers before skipping past him with ease.
The goalkeeper manager to smother the forward well initially, but wouldn't deny him a second time.
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Ronaldo retrieved the ball before going at the defender again.
After lining him up one on one, the former Real Madrid and Barcelona ace flip-flapped onto his left side, before quickly ducking back onto his right.
From then on the result was a formality, with Ronaldo whacking the ball into the back of the net.
The keeper could only watch as the ball fizzed past him at high speed.
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Since his playing days, Ronaldo has moved into club ownership.
He bought a controlling stake in Spanish side Real Valladolid in 2018, and has big plans.
R9 is reportedly plotting moves for two of his star compatriots this summer.
It's claimed that he wants to bring Dani Alves and Marcelo to the newly promoted LaLiga side.
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