Roberto Carlos has offered fans a glimpse of what it is like to represent Real Madrid at Santiago Bernabeu.
The iconic Brazilian defender, who spent 11 years in the Spanish capital during his playing days, was back in familiar surroundings recently for a legends clash with Roma.
He took to the field sporting a body cam on his shirt which allowed the contest to be captured from his perspective.
One of the most noticeable things to take from Carlos’ coverage of the game is the sheer size of the Bernabeu at pitch level.
Among the moments caught on camera are a trademark free-kick attempt from the World Cup winner, which cannoned into the wall, along with meetings with fellow legends such as Luis Figo and Ronaldo.
Madrid ran out 4-0 winners in the charity match, with Carlos allowing Blancos supporters to experience what it feels like to be on the winning side at their iconic venue.