Former Brazil captain Carlos Alberto has died, aged 72.
Alberto skippered Brazil to World Cup glory in 1970 and scored arguably the greatest goal in the competition’s history in the final against Italy.
Alberto suffered a heart attack and later died in his hometown of Rio de Janeiro on Tuesday.
The defender was widely considered one of the best right-backs in the world during his illustrious 19-year career and he enjoyed success as a manager with the likes of Flamengo and Botafogo.
Two of Alberto’s former sides, Santos and Flamengo, were quick to pay tribute to the defender on social media.
Alberto scored one of the most famous goals of all time when he netted an iconic fourth goal in Brazil’s 1970 World Cup final win against Italy.