Legendary Brazilian striker, Romario has advised 21-year-old, Gabriel Jesus, to always bear in kind that the key to success in FIFA World Cup tournament are concentration, goals and plenty of sex.
He revealed that the three tips helped Brazil clinch the 1994 World Cup.
DAILY POST reports that during the tournament in the United States, Romario netted five goals and won player of the tournament, before bagging FIFA’s World Player of the Year the same year.
“Have enough sex is one piece of advice, as is making the most you can of your days off and, of course, concentrate on match days and during the games,” the player-turned-senator told Lance! Magazine on Wednesday.
Romario’s record is a tough act to follow but the renowned striker sees potential in Manchester City’s Gabriel Jesus.
“I believe he’s quite aware of his football and what it represents for the Brazilian team. He has to arrive at the World Cup and score a goal. That’s the most important thing!” he said.
A football superstar known for his sense of fun, Romario is Brazil’s fourth-highest goalscorer still two goals ahead of Neymar.
Although he only appeared in two World Cups and played just half a game in 1990 Romario was star of the show in the United States, where Brazil scooped their fourth world title after a 24-year drought
At 52, Romario has now swapped football for politics, winning a seat in Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies in 2010