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Ronaldinho’s International Career

Ronaldinho made his debut in the lower categories of the Brazilian team in April 1995, when he was only 15 years old. Two years later he would win the U17 World Cup. By visiting https://www.so.1xbet.com/ it is possible to wager on youth football competitions from all over the world.

His debut as a senior international was on June 26, 1999, in the match Brazil 3-0 Latvia. That same year, the player would participate in the 1999 Copa América where he was champion and a few days later he participated in the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup, in which he finished as the top scorer. He participated with the Brazilian Olympic team at the 2000 Sydney Olympics where the team was eliminated in the quarterfinals. Olympic football is also featured at the 1xBet website.

Ultimate glory

He participated with the Brazilian football team in the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan. Of course, the best 1xBet mobile app iPhone allows betting on the FIFA World Cup. Here he played five games against rivals like:

  • Belgium;
  • England;
  • Turkey;
  • China;
  • and even the final match against Germany.

He scored two goals, one from a penalty against China in the first phase, and the second from a direct free kick against England in the quarterfinals. If Ronaldinho could continue playing, betting on Brazil by using the 1xBet the best iPhone mobile app would give even much better prospects for users.

Final years

In August 2011, after nine months without being taken into account in his national team, he was again called up for a match against the Ghana football team. These friendly matches are also available for betting at the so.1xbet.com/line website.

In January 2013, coach Luiz Felipe Scolari “Felipao” called up the Brazilian star for a friendly on February 6 at Wembley Stadium, London. Ronaldinho was called up in several friendlies during that year, but was not called up for the 2013 Confederations Cup, despite Ronaldinho’s good level at Atlético Mineiro.

In June 2014, he wanted to be called up for the 2014 World Cup together with Kaká, as a substitute, to play his last World Cup. However, Scolari did not accept it. Days later Neymar suffered an injury during the match against Colombia, where it was thought that Ronaldinho could be an option for Scolari in that World Cup. Then, Brazil would inevitably fall 1-7 against Germany in the semifinals, in the event called “Mineirazo”, provoking criticism of Scolari for not taking Kaká, Ronaldinho, Robinho and other players of the generation. For now, it seems that no one like Ronaldinho will appear anytime soon. However, it is still a great idea to use the 1xBet website to wager on the Brazilian national football team.

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