7 years ago
Never mind a goalkeeper, David Luiz hasn't even picked a defender in his dream five-a-side
What David Luiz's dream five-a-side team lacks in sense, it more than makes up for with attacking flair.
The PSG centre-half is famed for his penchant for bombing forward, having been ridiculed during his time at Chelsea for consistently being found out of position when his rampaging runs past the halfway line didn't quite go to plan.
Luiz's five-a-side selection is predictably devil-may-care as the Brazilian has gone for an all out attack quintet of players who, quite simply, never face their own goal.
The best two players in the world right now, Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi, were the first names on his teamsheet while the 28-year-old also picked fellow countrymen Kaka, Rivaldo and Ronaldinho in what must be the most creative five-a-side team in history.
Just try telling Ronaldo that he has to play fly keeper, though.