09-06-2008 14:07

Football legends Roberto Carlos and Zinedine Zidane were honored at the Golden Foot awards after they left their marks at the walk of fame.

Brazilian soccer player Roberto Carlos poses with his Golden Foot Award 2008 during the Golden Foot Awards event, Monday, Sept. 1, 2008 in Monaco. The Golden Foot award is an international career award given to players who stand out for their athletic achievements.(AP Photo)
Brazilian soccer player Roberto Carlos poses with
his Golden Foot Award 2008 during the Golden Foot
Awards event, Monday, Sept. 1, 2008 in Monaco. The
Golden Foot award is an international career award
given to players who stand out for their athletic
achievements.(AP Photo)

Prince Albert of Monaco presented the award to Roberto Carlos, the winner of the 2008 Golden Foot award for active players. The 35-year-old Brazilian, now with the Turkish club Fenerbache, won 38,384 votes in an internet survey.

Zidane, who defeated a Brazilian side featuring Roberto Carlos to win the 1998 World Cup final and played alongside him at Real Madrid, was recognized with three other players who are now retired. The 36 year-old Frenchman became famous at Juventus and is a three-time FIFA player of the year.