Real Madrid - Cádiz

Historic Goals: Roberto Carlos

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NEWS | 16/10/2020

In the 2005/06 campaign, the Brazilian netted the goal that began the comeback against Cádiz.
The star of this week's instalment of Historic Goals is Roberto Carlos. The Brazilian touched down at Real Madrid in 1996, moving from Inter Milan. He's one of the greatest left-backs of all time, making a name for himself thanks to his lightning pace and fierce shot, which helped him score a bundle of goals.

In the 2005/06 season, Real Madrid welcomed Cádiz on LaLiga match day 20. The goal we're looking at this week was the equaliser which set the team on the way to a comeback against the Andalusians. The Brazilian unleashed a blistering free-kick from the edge of the box, which breached the wall and flew into the net.
Roberto Carlos made 527 appearances for Real Madrid, scoring 69 goals. He also lifted 13 trophies in his time at the club: 3 European Cups, 2 Intercontinental Cups, 1 European Super Cup, 4 LaLiga titles and 3 Spanish Super Cups.