The two-time Brazilian champions Cruzeiro, midfielder Everton Ribeiro, who is currently at Flamengo, has congratulated Minas Gerais on Sri A’s return to the Brazilian Championship in a post on social media. In the post, the 33-year-old mentioned the heavenly anthem.
“Cruzeiro, Cruzeiro, dear! Welcome back! Congratulations!” The goalkeeper, who is currently with the Brazilian national team for the Qatar World Cup friendly qualifier, posted.
Everton Ribeiro is the first former Cruzeiro player to celebrate the return of the elite club. Before, names like goalkeeper fbio (Fluminense), defender Did (No club) and midfielder from Arrascaeta (Flamingo) also manifested.
Everton Ribeiro arrived at Cruzeiro in early 2013. Within two years, he won two Brazilian titles and one Minas Gerais title.
The Brazilian soccer star was elected by the Brazilian Confederation in 2013 and 2014, in addition to receiving the Ballon d’Or award from Placar Magazine/ESPN in 2013.
The midfielder played 116 matches in the heavenly jersey, scored 24 goals and provided 36 assists. With his good performances, he was called up to the main Brazilian national team in 2014 for the first time in his career.