Ronaldinho's moving gesture with a fan who entered the stadium to hug him

In the second half of the international friendly Legends of Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, a boy came running to greet ‘Dinho’ in the middle of the grass where the Spanish classic was being played.

Barcelona vs Real Madrid Legends
Barcelona vs Real Madrid Legends

Idols will never stop being idols. Despite the fact that you probably haven't seen him play live, a young Ronaldinho admirer entered the field of play at Tel Aviv's Bloomfield Stadium during the second half of the duel between the Barcelona legends vs. Real Madrid, just to embrace ‘Dinho-gol’ for a few moments.

The emotional moment came after Jofre Mateu's spectacular goal, which was generated after a dazzling long pass from Rivaldo and a sit-in to Iván Campo for the 2-2 set - the duel culminated in a Real Madrid victory. While the Catalan celebrated his goal, an unknown boy burst onto the court to hug Ronaldinho, for a few moments.

After the effusive hug of the young man, which was reciprocated by Dinho, they had to remove him from the field so that he could continue the international friendly that took place in Israel. FC Barcelona published the moment with the following caption: “If you love football, you love Ronaldinho. It doesn't matter how old you are ”.

It was a duel with many shouts of goal and the one in charge of opening the marking was exactly Ronaldinho, in the first half with a goal from the twelve steps that he scored with quality. The Brazilian was changed in the 78th minute and left the field cheered by the more than 25 thousand attendees. The clash between the legends of the Spanish classic ended with a 3-2 victory for Real Madrid over Barcelona. The goals of the white team were scored by Pedro Munitis, Alfonso Pérez and Rubén de la Red; while, Ronaldinho and Jofre Mateu gave both goals to the blaugranas.

Alexis Almosnino

Digital Sports Journalist received at the university Tea & Deportea in 2016. Specialized in graphic media.+ info

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