Former Brazil and Barcelona ace Ronaldinho is making the best of his time in a Paraguayan prison, as he scored five goals and assisted a further six in a soccer game against fellow inmates.

The 39-year-old former Ballon d’Or winner was detained by Paraguayan authorities this past week after he and his brother had allegedly attempted to enter the South American country without valid documentation.

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According to Paraguayan periodical Hoy, Ronaldinho was persuaded to take part in a prison soccer tournament, in which the prize was a 35-pound suckling pig, a prize that stood in stark contrast to the honors that the ex-Barca man had previously won throughout his glittering career.

Per reports, the Ronaldinho was in discussion with a prison guard near to where the game was to take place and, despite initially being hesitant, was eventually persuaded to join in.

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