Brazil's past and present joined forces this week in a charity match organised by Zico at Sao Paulo’s Morumbi Stadium.
Santos star Neymar and Ronaldo teamed up for ‘Friends of Zico’ and they were both on target as their side ran out 7-5 winners against ‘Stars of Brazil’.
The match was watched by over 35,000 spectators and saw Brazilian players from various generations take to the field, including Edmundo, Ailton and Djaminha.
Ronaldo netted in the eighth minute from the penalty spot and Neymar also scored in a game that usually takes place in Rio de Janeiro but was moved to Sao Paulo this year.
The move to Sao Paulo was cited as a reason for the chants of 'Messi, Messi' that were aimed at Neymar from sections of the crowd. The youngster, who plays for Sao Paulo's rivals Santos, said he was disappointed by the chants but that 'rivalry in Brazilian football is strong and it is normal'.
"The goal was for the fans who came to honour Socrates. I do not care about chanting. It saddens me to know that some people are encouraging it though because this was a Brazilian team," he added.
One star absent from the line-ups was Socrates, who passed away in December, but his brother Rai was in attendance.