Paulo Dybala, Ronaldinho and Vinicius Junior team up as part of ‘The Beautiful Game’

Paulo Dybala, Ronaldinho and Vinicius Junior team up to score SENSATIONAL goal against Roberto Carlos’ side… as Real Madrid star signed autographs during the clash

  • ‘The Beautiful Game’ saw Team Ronaldinho face Team Roberto Carlos 
  • Vinicius Jr linked up with Paulo Dybala and Ronaldinho to score a brilliant goal

Ronaldinho teamed up with Paulo Dybala and Vinicius Junior as the trio combined brilliantly to score a sensational goal in The Beatiful Game.

Playing in the charity event, stars of past and present came together to raise money in South America.

With Ronaldinho captaining one side, Roberto Carlos took the armband for the other but it was the former Barcelona star whose side came out 4-3 victors.

The most impressive goal came as Dybala, Ronaldinho and Vinicius Jr teamed up, with the former Barcelona picking the ball up off Roma’s Dybala before performing a series of skill moves and flicks before pulling off an outragous pass to Vinicius Jr.

Ronaldinho then chipped the ball over the goalkeeper before celebrating with his teammates after the impressive move.

Vinicius Jr scored a fine goal after Ronaldinho and Paulo Dybala were involved in the build up

The Brazilian took time out to sign shirts after scoring later in the match

The Brazilian took time out to sign shirts after scoring later in the match

This was not the only highlight of the match, however, as Vinicius Jr took a break from the action to sign shirts for the fans in attendance.

The charity event also took place last year, with the likes of Paul Pogba, Cafu and Rivaldo among the stars in 2022. 

However, with Pogba’s recent injury concerns, the Juventus midfielder did not feature in this year’s match. 

This year, former Manchester United winger Nani featured, just weeks after taking part in Soccer Aid.

Jay-Jay Okocha opened the scoring for Ronaldinho’s side before Rivaldo levelled from long range. 

Patrick Kluivert put team R10 back ahead before they doubled their lead through Cafu.

Lucas Moura scored just days after leaving Tottenham Hotspur to make it 3-2 before Vinicius Jr’s fine goal made it 4-2.

The Real Madrid star then switched sides at the break and scored within three minutes to make it 4-3, which would be the final score in the charity event.