Date:Wednesday September 6 2006
It's possibly every schoolboy's dream. To line up against the best team in the world, the Brazil national side.
Only a select handful of europes players get to do it. And every one savours the opportunity to pit themselves against the 5 times world champions.
Last night Rob Edwards got the chance, coming on as a second half substitute in Wales 2-0 defeat,against a side that featured Robinho, Ronaldinho and Kaka and didn't let himself, his country, or his club down.
'When I went on I was very wary because they are so quick with their one-twos. You have to be on your toes ready for that bit of magic they can produce. Ronaldinho, Kaka, Robinho - these players are world class and it's a privilege to be on the same pitch as them.' he told the clubs official site, rightly proud of not only his, but the Wales team performance as a whole.
And when it comes time to hang up his boots, Rob will always be able to say that he's faced the best there is out there.
And wasn't found wanting.
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