AR Rahman pays tribute to football legend Pele with ‘Zinga’; rest in peace legend rahman

Pele passed away. He was 82 years old. He was suffering from cancer. Composer AR Rahman also pays tribute to Pele, the passion of several generations.

AR Rahman’s tribute song was shared from the film ‘Pele: Birth of a Legend’, which told the life story of the football legend. This song is also sung by Rahman.

AR Rahman wrote Rest in Peace Legend. Sharing the song with Ana Beatrice, AR Rahman wrote on social media that this song is dedicated to her legendary life.

AR Rahman was the music director of the film ‘Pele: Birth of a Legend’ released in 2016. AR Rahman’s song ‘Zinga’ was the most popular music video.

Pele was in the hospital for a month after his health deteriorated. He died at the Albert Einstein Hospital in São Paulo. He was 82 years old.

He was suffering from cancer. Pele was transferred to palliative care because he did not respond to chemotherapy and drugs. Pele is the top goalscorer for Brazil.

He was instrumental in Brazil’s three World Cup victories (1958, 1962, 1970). Pele scored 77 goals in 92 matches for Brazil. Pelek, the only player to win three World Cups, was awarded the FIFA Player of the Century award.

Pele also holds the Guinness record for scoring the most goals. Pele scored 12 goals and made 10 assists in 14 World Cup appearances.

Edson Arantes do Nascimento Pele was born on October 23, 1940 in São Paulo to a poor family. Pele started his football career at the age of fifteen.

It started with Santos. Then at the age of 16 he joined the Brazilian national team. After retiring, Pele worked as a football ambassador.

Achievements – World Cup total matches: 14, World Cup wins: 1958, 1962, 1970, World Cup goals: 6 in Sweden 1958, 1 in Chile 1962, 1 in England 1966, 4 in Mexico 1970, 12 goals in total, Copa America top Scorer: 1959

Honours- FIFA Player of the Century, FIFA Order of Merit: 2004, IOC Athlete of the Year, South American Footballer: 1973, FIFA World Cup Best Player: 1970, FIFA World Cup Second Best Player: 1958


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