|Former French international Zinedine Zidane shows he's still got it as he vies for the ball with Torpe Svarme|
Lucky fans in the French city of Saint-Etienne were given a treat on Monday [April 20] night as Brazilian Ronaldo and Zinedine Zidane took part in the 12th annual Match Against Poverty. Footballing legends Ronaldo and Zidane were joined by a host of former greats including Clarence Seedorf, Fabian Barthez, Jay-Jay Okocha and Gianluca Zambrotta to name a few.
Brazilian ace Ronaldo had been rumoured to come out of retirement with American side Fort Lauderdale in recent times and the 38-year-old showed he still has what it takes with a hat trick.
Former French international David Trezeguet also played and scored in the match, but it was Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang who shone the brightest as he grabbed a hat-trick during his side’s 9-7 defeat.
|Brazilian legend Ronaldo takes a touch as he looks to set up an attack in the Match Against Poverty|
|Two of football's biggest legends meet as Ronaldo and Zidane share a high five at Geoffroy Guichard Stadium|
|The former Inter Milan and Real Madrid frontman celebrates after finding the back of the net|
|Former Nigerian international Jay-Jay Okocha curls an effort into the net during the Match Against Poverty|
|Former Madrid and France ace Zidane looks to take on Bjorn Kvarne during the Match Against Poverty|
|Ronaldo and Zidane share a joke with former Liverpool ace Vladimir Smicer watching on|
|Former AC Milan star Clarence Seedorf in action during the clash at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard on Tuesday|
|David Trezeguet got himself among the goals as he fired in an effort in the South of France|
|David Trezeguet is congratulated by Karel Poborsky (right) after scoring the opening goal|
|Teams line up prior to the UEFA Match Against Poverty at Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Etienne|
- Daily Mail, UK