It’s not often you see Arsenal stars playing a starring role in a compilation of iconic Brazilian football moments.
However, when Ronaldinho’s free-kick swung way over David Seaman’s flailing arm and into the top corner back in the 2002 World Cup, you could be assured that the pony-tailed keeper solidified his place in Brazilian footballing history.
That strike capped Brazil’s comeback against a Michael Owen-inspired England and took Luiz Felipe Scolari’s side on to face Turkey in the semi’s, before they saw aside Germany 2-0 in the final.
Where does Ronnie’s free-kick rank for you in the history of classic Samba Boy World Cup moments? Enjoy Pot Noodle’s playlist and to ensure you’re fully equipped for a World Cup without England, take a look at the handy Brazilian Survival Guide below…