The new logo of Google is represented as a drawing. Image of Leonidas da Silva, who executes his famous "scissor" is superimposed on five letters in this logo.
In doodle for Leonidas da Silva, the letters A, O, G, L and E are replaced by the figure of Leonidas da Silva while running scissors. Brazilian footballer is a football legend, his name binding to one of the most spectacular executions.
Dynamic, Mobile and inventive Leonidas Silva has remained in the memory of Brazilian football as a "rubber man" or "black diamond".
Leonidas da Silva (September 6th 1913 to January 24th 2004) was a football player and sports known commentator Brazilian.
Considered one of the most important football players in the first half of the 20th century, Leonidas da Silva is known as the inventor of "the scissors" scored the first time on April 24, 1932. He is the one who scored a goal during a World Cup using this technique.
In fact, he played for his country at the two World Cups and was named top scorer in World Cup 1938. He played for Brazil national team 19 times and scored 21 goals.
Leonidas started playing for the team in São Paulo in 1942 and remained at the club until his retirement from football career in 1950.
After his retirement from sport, was coach and radio sports commentator.
Leonidas died in 2004 in São Paulo. He suffered from Alzheimer's disease.
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