- Formiga, who is a female Brazilian footballer, is currently campaigning in her seventh Olympics going on in Japan
- The 43-year-old former Paris Saint-Germain star helped Brazil to qualify for the quarterfinal in the football event
- Rosana, who is a four-time Olympian, explained that Formiga is not from this planet considering how good she is
25 Years after appearing in her first Olympics for Brazil, super footballer Formiga is still very active and showing no sign of tiredness at 43 as she is currently campaigning in her 7th Olympics in Tokyo.
The dream of many athletes is to represent their nations in the Olympics considering the glamour and fun in the event from the beginning to the end.
Formiga, who recently returned to Sao Paulo where she actually started her football career, has been superb so far in the 2020 Olympics for Brazil in football.
She has featured for Brazil in her country's first three games in the group stage and will want to continue with her impressive performance in the quarterfinal.
Rosana, who once played with Formiga, explained that she is proud of the former Paris Saint-Germain star, stressing that her football game is different, according to the report on GOAL.
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“Her desire and her fitness, they're absurd. They're absolutely absurd. A few years before she turned 40, even, not much before, we used to do fitness tests. We had the GPS on our backs and she would have 20 per cent of everything above anyone else on the pitch. This was turning 40. I strongly believe that she's not from this planet.”
Since 1995, Formiga has been playing for the Brazilian national team. She has been featured in 204 games netting 29 goals, which is awesome.
Earlier, Briefly News had reported how people of the Philippines were on Monday night, July 26, thrown into serious jubilation after super weightlifter Hidilyn Diaz helped her country to win their first gold in the Olympics.
It was an incredible moment for the 30-year-old Diaz, who went through serious training in her quest to help the Philippines and was unable to see her family members for two years.
Before the 2020 Olympics kicked off in Tokyo, Hidilyn Diaz was training in Malaysia and had the dream to win a gold medal, which finally came her way in stunning style.
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