Ronaldinho goes into tonight’s Liga MX semi final against Pachuca hoping to maintain his stunning record which has seen him win a trophy at every side he has played for.
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Queretaro vs Tigres UANL – Liga MX Preview: Ronaldinho sets sights on unlikely play-off berth
Brazilian legend Ronaldinho will retire in May
Two months ago his chances looked bleak, with Queretaro stuck in last place in the Liga MX. But a run of seven wins in nine games has left them just two games from an unlikely berth in the final.
He has already confirmed he will leave Queretaro at the end of the current season.
Here are his list of honours so far:
Gremio (1998-2000) – Titles: Gaucho Championship, Copa Sul-Minas
PSG (2001-2003) – Titles: Intertoto Cup
Barcelona (2003-2008) – Titles: Two leagues, two Super Cups. A Champions
Milan (2008-2011) – Titles: Serie A
Flamengo (2011-2012) – Titles: Rio State Championship
Atlético Mineiro (2012-2014) – Titles: State Championship, Copa Libertadores, Recopa Sudamericana
Queretaro (2014-2015) – Titles: ????