The former Brazilian international Ze Roberto could boast that he had won the Cup in the age of 41 years.
The two-time world champion was captain of Palmeiras, who won the trophy for the third time in the history after wins with Santos and success in the shootout. Palmeiras won at home with 2:1, and after the defeat with 0:1, there was a penalty shootout and Palmeiras triumphed with the trophy.
Ze Roberto scored the first penalty kick at the 11-meter and managed to become a crucial figure in the derby.
The striker Dudu scored two goals for Palmeiras in the 56-s and in 85 minutes into the Allianz Parque, but Santos back one hit in the 88th minute through Ricardo Oliveira and sent the match to a shootout.
The level in the Brazilian football is getting lower with each passing year, and participation in the games analyzed by soccer picks of the Veterans around 40 years ago has become a common practice.
As it is known, Ze Roberto was wearing the Real Madrid t-shirt as well as that of Bayer Leverkusen, Bayern Munich and Hamburger SV.
In the ranks of the Bavarian colossus he played some of the most memorable games analyzed by soccer picks and lasted two periods in Munich - since 2002 to 2006 and since 2007 to 2009.