Roberto Carlos, 47, at the age of the legendary back-rower for Real Madrid

Roberto Carlos, 47, at the age of the legendary back-rower for Real Madrid

Legendary Roberto Carlos has completed his 47th year today, an opportunity to remember the specificity and stardom of this player who has been an inspiration for many generations.

Roberto Carlos was born in 1973 in São Paulo and made his debut in professional football at the age of 18 with união São João, and four years later he arrived in Europe.

The Brazilian midfielder played for Inter Milan for one season and then moved to Real Madrid, where he has already embarked on his already legendary journey in the Spanish capital Madrid.

Timeless achievements with Real Madrid and Brazil

Carlos was one of the best players on the left side in the game, winning the La Liga title with Real Madrid four times and winning the Champions League on three occasions.

Not only was the Brazilian a strong defender, but he was able to make the difference and settle matches for his team, and he was very well known for his rocket shots, which are sometimes unable to recognize their strength and quality.

Roberto Carlos scored 68 goals for The Spanish Capital Club. He was a strong influencer in the glories of the Brazilian team, with which he won the 1997 and 1999 Copa America titles as well as the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan, and is still the second most like the Brazilian team in 125 games, scoring 11 goals.

The Spanish newspaper AS described the player as the best wearer of the no.3 shirt in history and reviewed his career initially with Palmeiras in the Brazilian league, with whom he played against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium in august 1994 and then showed his great skills despite the victory of Real Madrid at the time 3-2.

Since his purchase in 1996 after a period of not adapting to Inter in Serie A, Lorenzo Sanz has continued in the Royal White Shirt until 2007 and has left a history full of titles and achievements.

Carlos is one of the most prominent and representative foreign players in Real Madrid's history after defending his colors in 527 games.


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