Today is children's in Brazil and as part of the celebrations, many top footballers have taken to their social media handles to post messages. Some of them posted their childhood pictures to celebrate how far they have come.
Below are some players who posted their childhood photos today.
The Everton forward started his career in Brazil before moving to the Premier League, and he had been one of the league's best players in the last few years. Richalison took to Instagram to post a childhood photo of his with a Happy children's Day message.
The Real Madrid youngster joined the club a few years ago, but it appears that he has been a fan of the club for many years. He posted a childhood photo of him wearing the Real Madrid jersey as part of the children's day celebration.
The Real Madrid left back also posted a photo of his younger self as part of the celebrations. He looked entirely different as he was without hair in this photo. His transformation over the years is quite remarkable.
The former Chelsea forward who now plays in the Chinese Süper Lig also jumped on the trend. Below are childhood photos posted by him.
The Brazil legend also posted many childhood photos of him, and he seemed to be a lover of music in his younger days. Below are childhood photos that he posted.
Image credits: Rodrygo on Facebook, Oscar on Facebook, Richalison on Instagram, Marcelo on Instagram, Ronaldinho on Instagram.
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