The former Barcelona and AC Milan star netted for a dead ball situation against Raja Casablanca.
Ronaldinho made his much-awaited return from injury recently, and scored a free-kick for Atletico Mineiro on his first game back.
With the Brazilian side playing in the Club World Cup, the attacking midfielder had another chance to shine against Raja Casablanca.
Although his side were eventually beaten 3-1, Ronaldinho did lock the scores at 1-1 with this sublime free-kick effort.
Raja Casablanca 1-1 Atletico MG (Amazing Goal... by all-goals
The veteran invention, vision and technique are evident in the goal, winding the clock back to the days when he would dazzle the Camp Nou crowd on a weekly basis.
With the World Cup in Brazil just over six months away, the experienced attacker will look to continue good recent form and hold his hand up for inclusion – despite the attacking talent at Luiz Felipe Scolari’s disposal.
If he continues to score goals like this, the former Chelsea manager may well consider Ronaldinho as a wild card to include in his squad for the tournament.
image: © Hector Garcia