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Ronaldinho plays a no-look pass during a friendly between Santa Fe and Atletico Nacional

Brazil legend Ronaldinho rolls back the years with stunning no-look assist as he turns out for Colombian side Sante Fe in a friendly

  • Football icon Ronaldinho produced a stunning piece of skill in action for Santa Fe
  • The Brazilian midfielder played for the Colombian club in a friendly in Bogota
  • The 39-year-old looked away as he provided an assist against Atletico Nacional 
  • Rene Higuita played in goal for Nacional as Santa Fe earned a 2-0 victory
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He may have retired from the professional game last year, but Ronaldinho continues to showcase his exquisite skills on the football pitch. 

The Brazil icon represented Colombian side Santa Fe in a friendly on Thursday evening, and rolled back the years by executing a fantastic no-look pass. 

The midfielder, now 39, threaded an incisive pass through the Atletico Nacional defence whilst looking the other way, teeing up colleague Jose Luis Caicedo. 

Ronaldinho plays a no-look pass during a friendly between Santa Fe and Atletico Nacional

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Ronaldinho plays a no-look pass during a friendly between Santa Fe and Atletico Nacional

The Brazilian midfielder provided a no-look assist as Santa Fe won 2-0 in Bogota

The Brazilian midfielder provided a no-look assist as Santa Fe won 2-0 in Bogota

The Brazilian midfielder provided a no-look assist as Santa Fe won 2-0 in Bogota

The 39-year-old leads out three mascots at Estadio Nemésio Camacho El Campín

The 39-year-old leads out three mascots at Estadio Nemésio Camacho El Campín

The 39-year-old leads out three mascots at Estadio Nemésio Camacho El Campín

Ronaldinho emerged from the tunnel to the sound of fireworks being let off

Ronaldinho emerged from the tunnel to the sound of fireworks being let off

Ronaldinho emerged from the tunnel to the sound of fireworks being let off

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Caicedo finished past Nacional goalkeeper coach and Colombia legend Rene Higuita to wrap up a 2-0 win for Santa Fe.

Further footage shows the former Barcelona and AC Milan star walking out in front of an adoring Bogota crowd before kick-off. 

Fireworks were let off at Estadio Nemésio Camacho El Campín as he emerged from the tunnel with three young mascots. 

It seems Ronaldinho has not lost his ability to captivate fans around the globe, and one can only hope he will continue to turn out in charity matches.

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