Brazil and Real Madrid superstar Marcelo has named his all-time teammates XI, which consists of colleagues of his from the past and the present, as well as one footballer he never played with.
Click through the gallery above to see which teammates made Marcelo's all-time XI, according to AS.
The 29-year-old, who uploaded a video of himself to YouTube responding to various questions, gave his fans a little insight into his career, and his all-time favourite teammates.
The team Marcelo chose consists of six Brazilians, a former France international, a Portuguese winger, a Croatian midfielder, a German playmaker and a Spanish defender who is currently his teammate at Los Blancos.
"Captain is (Luka) Modric. That's a given. The team: Julio Cesar; Dani Alves, Thiago Silva, Sergio Ramos, Roberto Carlos; Casemiro, Modric, (Mesut) Ozil, (Zinedine) Zidane; Cristiano and Neymar," Marcelo said in the video, as quoted by AS.
"I have never actually played alongside Zidane... But he's my manager so that's OK."
The left back also revealed what he feels has been the most difficult game of his career so far.
"I think it was the one we played against Atletico (Madrid, the final to win La Decima)," Marcelo added.
"It was very difficult. We swapped blows. We had to score a goal and they also had to do so, it was crazy. When the game finished, I ran to my family. It was really tough."
Marcelo has made 442 appearances for Real since joining the club in 2007, scoring 31 goals and assisting a further 83 strikes.
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