• Dida made over 200 appearances in goal for AC Milan in a ten-year spell
  • After leaving Italy in 2010 he returned to play in his native Brazil
  • Now at Internacional, the veteran has proved he has not lost his agility

John Downes For Mailonline

After 206 AC Milan appearances, 91 caps for Brazil and a trophy cabinet boasting two Champions Leagues, a Serie A and a World Cup title, Dida would be well within his rights to put his feet up and call time on his glorious career.

But the legendary goalkeeper has shown no signs of letting up at club side Internacional if a recent video is anything to go by.

The film shows the 41-year-old charging and flying between the sticks, making a string of unbelievable saves in training with his Porto Alegre outfit.

Dida leapt across his goal like a gazelle in Internacional training at the ripe old age of 41

Dida leapt across his goal like a gazelle in Internacional training at the ripe old age of 41

The ex-AC Milan and Brazil legendary goalkeeper has shown no signs of letting up at his Porto Alegre side

The ex-AC Milan and Brazil legendary goalkeeper has shown no signs of letting up at his Porto Alegre side

Dida began his professional career in 1992 with Vitoria, before moving to Cruzeiro in 1994

Dida began his professional career in 1992 with Vitoria, before moving to Cruzeiro in 1994

Dida began his professional career in 1992 with Vitoria, before moving to Cruzeiro where he made 120 appearances between 1994 and 1998.

After brief spells at both Lugano and Corinthians he joined Italian giants AC Milan in 2000, where he stayed until 2010.

While at the San Siro he lifted the Serie A in 2004, the Coppa Italia in 2003 and two Champions Leagues in 2003 and 2007, among a plethora of other honours; he was also part of the Brazil squad which won the World Cup in 2002.

Since leaving Milan he has gone under the radar with the majority of European football fans, but he is still playing at the very top level, turning out for Campeonato Brasileiro challengers Internacional after spells at Portuguesa and Gremio; he also won the Campeonato Gaucho with his current Beira-Rio Stadium side in both 2014 and this year.

While at the San Siro Dida lifted the Serie A in 2004 and two Champions Leagues in 2003 and 2007

While at the San Siro Dida lifted the Serie A in 2004 and two Champions Leagues in 2003 and 2007

The keeper played in goal for Brazil at the 2006 World Cup, and was in the 2002 World Cup-winning squad

The keeper played in goal for Brazil at the 2006 World Cup, and was in the 2002 World Cup-winning squad

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