If you love football, it's likely you love Roberto Carlos. A smiley, fun-loving full-back who was a loyal servant to Real Madrid and a part of the iconic Galacticos side of the early Noughties, Carlos was quite simply a joy to watch. Never shy to showboat or sprint past defenders with his explosive pace, Carlos is a Brazilian legend in every sense. A Madridista to this day, Carlos won three UEFA Champions League medals with Los Blancos. Undoubtedly the most eye-catching weapon in his arsenal, his physics-defying free-kicks struck fear into even the most experienced of goalkeepers and in 2002, he was part of Brazil’s FIFA World Cup winning side – his form in Japan and Korea earning him a well-deserved place him in the official Team of the Tournament.