Brazilian futsal superstar Falcão shares his with that relatively decent striker playing over in Spain. But don’t get it twisted, before Radamel came Alessandro Rosa Vieira — better known as Falcão. The 35 year-old’s goal in an exo dubbed ‘Futsal Fest’ was pretty special. It was one of five goals for him on the day, leading Atletico past Estrelas in a 14-5 rout.
As someone who shares the same name, first and last, with hundreds of people in this big ol’ world of ours I know the pain.
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