In 1997, France organized the famous Tournoi de France.
Lived as a dress rehearsal before the 1998 World Cup, the French tournament brought France, Brazil, England and Italy to the test.
On June 3, 1997, in the opening match, the Zidane band played against Brazil, then world champion.
And this match played at Gerland was marked by an exceptional free-kick by Roberto Carlos. Fortunately Marc Keller equalized in the second half.
On this day in 1997, Roberto Carlos broke the laws of physics… pic.twitter.com/hpfzQvpYN3
— 90s Football (@90sfootball) June 3, 2018
For the record, England won this tournament. But that, everyone has forgotten.