DIDIER DROGBA posed for a selfie with a very unrecognisable World Cup legend.
Chelsea hero Drogba, 44, took to Instagram to publish the picture.
The Ivorian wore a black shirt and sun shades to go along with his shaved head and beaming smile.
And his “idol” – additionally in shades – was clearly additionally glad to hang around with the 2012 Champions League winner.
He wrapped his arm round Drogba’s shoulder in a black blazer to go along with his gray curly hair and goatee beard.
And the 55-year-old accomplished the look with a No18 necklace.
Nonetheless, this former Ballon d’Or winner is much extra related to carrying the No10 and his luscious lengthy locks on the largest stage of all.
He scored 291 membership objectives in his 643 video games for the likes of Fiorentina, AC Milan, Inter Milan and Juventus.
The attacker lifted the Serie A trophy twice in addition to the Coppa Italia and the Uefa Cup.
On the worldwide scene, his return was a powerful 27 objectives in 56 senior caps for Italy.
That included seven World Cup strikes, 4 of which got here as Italy reached the ultimate in 1994.
Nonetheless, it was his penalty miss within the shootout that secured Brazil victory within the last.
Even to today, the previous footballer admits he has not forgotten the second he skied Italy’s goals.
He mentioned in 2022: “I’ll always remember it. That was a childhood dream come true after which it resulted in probably the most absurd vogue and I by no means received over it.
“The individuals at all times confirmed me nice love and affection, they understood my struggling, however I’m very demanding with myself.
“I had a thousand opportunities to miss a penalty in my career, that was the one I really couldn’t miss.”
The thriller footballer is after all… Roberto Baggio.
Baggio ditched the long-lasting lengthy hair some time again – and shocked followers along with his new look when he touched down in Qatar forward of the World Cup last.
However he’s nonetheless a well-liked determine in soccer at residence in Italy and world wide.
Baggio retired in 2004 and frolicked as Italian soccer’s technical director alongside his varied charity work.
Away from soccer, he has three youngsters with spouse Andreina Fabbi, who he married in 1989.