Ronaldinho's Indian Summer continued in some style as he landed a brace of free-kicks in Atletico Mineiro's dramatic 2-2 draw with Fluminense.
Mineiro, the South American champions, were hosting the Brazilian title holders in a Serie A match.
They conceded a farcical opener before former Barcelona and Milan star Ronaldinho levelled with a superb effort off the bar.
Flu went back in front late on, but goal-scorer Rhayner was sent off soon afterwards and it was all about the hosts.
And who better than Ronaldinho to salvage the point, as he pinged another superb dead-ball effort past the keeper with seven minutes left.
Ronaldinho's career seemed to be over after he returned to Brazil overweight and lacking motivation two years ago.
But a recent upsurge in form and fitness - he has scored arguably one of the goals of the season so far - has seen him back in the national team, and on this evidence he looks set to lead the Selecao at next year's World Cup.