Pelé foi visto essa manhã no metrô muito triste com a não classificação do Santos para Libertadores pic.twitter.com/OvfZ7M0VUW
— Humor Esportivo (@Humor_Esportivo) November 22, 2018
A Pelé lookalike was spotted wearing a Santos shirt, apparently riding the subway in Brazil.
The picture is said to have been taken on a metro system somewhere in the country on Thursday morning.
Santos play in Vila Belmiro, a bairro inside the city in the state of São Paulo.
The real Pelé was at the club for almost two decades, scoring 619 goals in 638 appearances, before semi-retiring and moving to New York Cosmos in 1975.
Pele (New York Cosmos),
New York Cosmos 5-2 Los Angeles Aztecs
at Giants Stadium, New York 26/6/1977
Photo by Masahide Tomikoshi / TOMIKOSHI PHOTOGRAPHY pic.twitter.com/HyGUozk9e9
— tphoto (@tphoto2005) November 20, 2018
It’s claimed the Pelé lookalike had nothing to smile about, but the team recorded their first win in six games on Saturday, grinding out a 3-2 scoreline against Atlético Mineiro despite being reduced to ten men.
It was a result that ended a barren run for the side, who had previously netted just one point from a possible fifteen.
After a disappointing end to the campaign, they lie mid-table, in 9th place, with just one match left to play.