- The Brazilian is in pre-trial jail in Paraguay.
- He took part in a friendly 5 v 5 match against other inmates, his team won 11-2.
- Ronaldinho took part in all of his team's goals.
- He refused to take part in the tournament against other prisons.
As ESPN Brazil informs, Ronaldinho has made his jail football debut as he played in a 5-a-side friendly between other inmates.
"He played friendly match yesterday, 5 against 5. He doesn't want to participate in the tournament, but he agreed to play a friendly against other inmates," Ivan Leguizaman told ESPN.
His team reportedly beat their opponents 11-2, with the Blaugrana legend being "named man of the match", the same source confirms.
Meanwhile, Paraguayan journalist Santiago Ravidlas reports Ronnie got five goals and six assists and claims the game as part of the prison tournament.
As a reminder, the Brazilian had reportedly been invited to play in an official tournament disputed against inmates in other prisons but he has refused. One of the conditions of his participation had been that he couldn't score goals.
Ronaldinho and his brother Roberto have been jailed by the Paraguayan authorities pending trial for their attempt to enter the country with fake passports.
Ronaldinho played for Barcelona between 2003 and 2008. He scored 94 goals in 207 appearances as a Blaugrana and won four trophies. During his Blaugrana times, he also claimed the Ballon d'Or. He was the last Barca player before Leo Messi to win this award in 2005.
Check Ronaldinho's impressive goal vs Valencia as a Blaugrana player: