Legendary Brazilian striker Ronaldinho tops the ranking of the best players of the 2000s in the history of world football, compiled by FourFourTwo.
The 43-year-old winner of the Ballon d'Or-2005 took part in 543 games during his career, scoring 197 goals and giving 163 assists. The Brazilian has played dozens of matches for AC Milan, Barcelona, PSG and Flamengo. The player also took part in ten futsal matches, scoring 21 goals.
Ronaldinho is the 2002 world champion. as well as the bronze medalist of the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. As a member of Barcelona in the 2005-06 season, the midfielder won the Champions League.
Real Madrid and France midfielder Zinedine Zidane took second place. Legendary Brazilian Kaka, who played for AC Milan, is third.
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