19th Apr, 2020 @ 17:01 PM

Ronaldo de Lima lists his greatest 11 of all time


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Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima, one of the ferocious 9 to grace the game of football has revealed his dream team in an interview with FATV.

According to the 2-time ballon d'Or winner, the legendary Gianluigi Buffon sits between the sticks, guarded by his dependable Italian counterparts comprising of Paolo Maldini and Fabio Cannavaro as central backs. He sealed the defensive wings with the overlapping and lightening fast Roberto Carlos and Cafu who are also his countrymen.

His midfield which lacks a definitive defensive minded midfielder consists of the man who has won it all, Zinedine Zidane, a 1-time ballon d'Or winner and the master passer, Andrea Pirlo controlling the center of the pack. He perfected his midfield with arguably, the Greatests of All Time consisting the Argentinean duo of Diego Armando Maradona and margical Lionel Messi.

Going forward, he paired himself with another contender for the Greatest of All time, Pele of Brazil. Recall that Pele won three world cups with Brazil during his playing days.

Ronaldo de Lima scored 352 goals during his injury prone career. He appeared 98 times for the Brazilian National Team and scored 62 goals. He played for the following clubs, some of which are notably rivals. They include:



Inter Milan

Real Madrid

AC Milan




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