Sergio Bouquets applauds to this ex culé and signs Deja Vu with UNICEF
Published:21/06/2021 - 17:24h
Updated:21/06/2021 - 17:29h
Such as in 2005 did the Bernabéu, now Bouquets touched him applaud to Ronaldinho after an exhibition and clear command in an event of UNICEF
19 November 2005, Classical between Real Madrid and Barcelona in Santiago Bernabéu and then, a magic Ronaldinho confronted to a naciente Sergio Bouquets in the field, leaving one of the wildest demonstrations of command futbolístico in the 1 vs 1 that can remember .
That day the Brazilian broke until in two occasions to the Spanish and finished being applauded by the public of the Bernabéu, something inimaginable in the history of this sport taking in account the big rivalry that there is between the teams and all the mythical players that have dressed his T-shirts in all his existence.
UNICEF Took advantage of that both were out of activities (Dinho is withdrawn) and invited them to the 'Gamers Without Borders', charitable event that makes of virtual way for confronts to varied of his ambassadors in a tournament of FIFA, video game of football more famous all over the world gamer.
The result was again 3-0 and although they were distinct protagonists in the staff, there was a gesture at the end that remembered a lot to that appointment of 16 years ago, with Sergio Bouquets looking the camera and applauding the talent of the Brazilian in the video game to create besides a clip viral in social networks.
To way of Deja Vu, began to scatter the fragment in which they show the goals of Ronaldinho, autogol of included Bouquets, to emulate that meeting of the Bernabéu that unlike east, left to the defender by the floor in pair of opportunities and now found in the comfort of a sofa.
UNICEF Is the firmest bridge
Join two talents of this size in something like this is only something near at hand of UNICEF, that has several programs of inclusion and help in the world with this type of projects, in which besides all went out to ask of mouth with the game of the memory and that real clash that there was between both.