BRAZILIAN World Cup winner Marcos has shared a hilarious memory of a chat with Oliver Kahn after the 2002 World Cup final.
The goalkeeper, 48, took to Instagram to mark the 20-year anniversary of his World Cup triumph.
He posted an image of himself draped in a Brazil flag after his side's 2-0 win while chatting with legendary German keeper Kahn.
Writing in Portuguese on Instagram, Marcos revealed that he doesn't have a clue what he said.
He wrote: "Tomorrow will be 20 years since I have no idea what I said to Kahn 😂😂😂 I don't speak English or German."
Former Arsenal midfielder Gilberto Silva commented: "Neither does he 😂😂😂😂😂😂"
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While ex-Barcelona midfielder Edmilson added laughing emojis.
Marcos won 29 caps for his country and nearly moved to Gilberto's Gunners following his World Cup success.
The move to North London fell through, however, with Marcos instead staying at Palmeiras for his entire 19-year career – retiring in 2011.
His Brazil team-mate Ronaldo recently showed that he's still got it.
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The striker, who bagged both goals in the 2002 final, saw the second half of his career blighted by knee injuries.
So it was heartwarming for fans to see him in action on the five-aside pitch.
He dazzled a defender with stepovers before skipping past him with ease, before the former Real Madrid and Barcelona ace tricked teh keeper and whacked it into the net… a little bit like 20 years ago.
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