FC Barcelona legend Ronaldinho is widely regarded as one of football's greatest players ever, and a former teammate of his has now lavished praise on the former Brazil superstar.
Ronaldinho enjoyed a highly successful spell with the Catalan giants between 2003 to 2008, during which he scored 94 goals in 207 appearances and was twice named Fifa World Player of the Year.
One of his former Barca teammates, Javier Saviola, has now shared insight into just how good the Brazilian star was at the peak of his powers.
"I played with Ronaldinho when he was at his best; he did things that nobody else could," Saviola said in an interview with TyC Sports.
"He never came into the dressing room with a worried face or any sign of pressure.
"He always said that football was there to be enjoyed, that we were to have fun when we play, and that's what he did."
Ronaldinho later went on to spend three seasons with AC Milan before winding down his career with spells at Flamengo, Atletico Mineiro, Queretaro and Fluminense.
He scored 33 goals in 97 appearances for the Selecao, and was part of the squad that won the 2002 Fifa World Cup.
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