Ronaldinho's Skill Show At Barcelona Presentation Is Insane, He's Football's Greatest Ever Entertainer
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Adama Traore impressed at his official Barcelona unveiling on Wednesday, showing off his skills in the mandatary presentation task at the Nou Camp following his return to the club on loan.
The man mountain of a winger proved that he has the technical skills to go along with his incredible pace and power when he performed kick ups and tricks.
But while the on-loan Wolverhampton Wanderers man passed the skill challenge with flying colours, nothing compares to the jaw-dropping skill show Ronaldinho put in back in 2003.
The Brazilian star joined Barca from Paris Saint-Germain in a £21 million move and was presented in front of the club's supporters.
Ronaldinho, Barcelona presentation, 2003 🔵🔴🤙pic.twitter.com/5oYaANJcF0— Football Remind (@FootballRemind) February 2, 2022
As is standard in Spain, he was required to bust out some skills for the fans in attendance and didn't disappoint.
Never has anyone looked so comfortable with a football than Ronaldinho as he effortlessly kept the ball up with his feet, knees and head.
He performed the "all around the world" maneuver like it was the easiest thing ever, then stepped it up by balancing the ball on his head, neck and even on his face - more or less snogging the ball at one stage.
To finish off, R10 booted the ball into the stands and headed back down the tunnel after dropping a masterclass that a football freestyler would have been proud of.
Ronaldinho made his competitive Barca against Athletic Bilbao at San Mames in a game Barcelona won 1-0 courtesy of a goal from Phillip Cocu.
Bizarrely, his first outing at the Nou Camp took place at 12:05am on 3 September and Barcelona handed out 25,000 free bags of Doritos with salsa dip, 30,000 Actimel yogurts, 100,000 KitKats and chorizo for the 80,000 fans who turned out.
And they got to see Ronaldinho open his account in stunning fashion with one of his best ever goals.
He shimmied past two players and smashed in a 30-yard worldie that cannoned in off the crossbar.
Undoubtedly football's greatest ever entertainer, Ronaldinho scored 94 goals in 207 games for Barca and won two La Liga titles.
The 2005 Ballon d'Or winner was an absolute joy to watch when in full flow and has left an indelible mark on the beautiful game.