Brazilian football star Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, popularly known as Ronaldinho, has retired, years after losing sheen as a player on the competitive circuit. His agent Roberto Assis said that he would concentrate on events in Brazil, Europe and Asia, and for the Brazilian team. Though, he quit competitive football in 2015, his achievements made him one of the legends of football. One of his most famous memories is a goal against England in 2002 World Cup semifinals, which sealed the final berth for Brazil. Brazil later got his fifth World Cup trophy. Here is the most famous memory of Ronaldinho. Also Read - 'It Was a Hard Blow' - Ronaldinho Recalls The Moment When He Was Arrested

In the semifinals, Brazil was tied with England 1-1 and needed a goal to reserve its place against Germany in the finals. The striker hit a 35-yard free kick from the right, outfoxing seasoned English goalkeeper David Seaman. Also Read - Ronaldinho Released From Jail, Placed Under House Arrest

It later found mention in top 100 goals by Brazilian team, compiled by FIFA. Also Read - Ronaldinho Ordered to Remain in Police Custody in Paraguay After Fake Passport Claims

The 37-year-old footballer had won the Balon d’Or in 2005. Ronaldinho represented Brazil in 97 matches and scored 33 goals. In club football, he started of with Brazilian club Gremio Foot-Ball Porto Alegrense (Gremio) in 1987. He went to play in Europe with French club Paris St-Germain in 2001. After that, he moved to Spanish club Barcelona. He also played for AC Milan between 2008 and 2011.