Ronaldinho fondly remembers his time in Mexican football

Ronaldinho fondly remembers his time in Mexican football

Ronaldinho scored 8 goals with Querétaro.

Ronaldinho scored 8 goals with Querétaro.

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He mexican soccer has been characterized by making large hires. World football stars have stepped foot in the stadiums of the Liga MX. However, one of the most legendary transfers was the arrival of Ronaldinho Gaúcho to Aztec football. The former Canarinha player remembered his time in Mexico.

Ronaldinho is one of the most beloved players in world football. The former Brazilian player was the only player who He played a match at the Santiago Bernabéu wearing the FC Barcelona shirt and was applauded by the merengue fans.. The South American is one of the most charismatic sports figures who has earned his empathy with talent and its iconic simplicity.

Liga MX was fortunate to have Ronaldinho in its tournament. The Gallos Blancos de Querétaro made the arrival of Gaúcho to Mexican soccer possible. The former Canarinha player came to the tournament for the Opening of 2014. Almost ten years later, Ronaldinho remembered with gratitude his time in the Aztec championship.

Memories of my presentation with Club Querétaro. I only have good memories of this country (Mexico)“Ronaldinho wrote on his social networks along with a photograph of him wearing the Gallos Blancos de Querétaro shirt.

How did Ronaldinho do in Liga MX?

Ronaldinho Gaúcho did not play for long in Mexican soccer, But he did leave very good numbers and flashes of magic during his stay in Mexico. With the Gallos Blancos de Querétaro shirt, the Brazilian played 38 games. During that number of matches, the former FC Barcelona footballer He scored 8 goals and conceded 8 assists.

The La Canarinha star reached a final in the Liga MX and it was in the 2015 Clausura. However, Ronaldinho would lose that final with Santos Laguna. After his time in Mexican soccer, the South American returned to Brazil to play for Fluminense. He stayed in Amazonian football until he hung up his boots.

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