FOOTBALL fans were left stunned after discovering a bizarre stat about James Rodriguez's last seven titles.
Rodriguez, 32, who joined Brazilian Serie A side Sao Paulo in July, won the 25th trophy of his career on Sunday.
Sao Paulo clinched the Copa do Brazil title with a 2-1 win on aggregate against Flamengo, but Rodriguez didn't take part in the final.
And one fan has since pointed out that the ex-Real Madrid star has not played in the final match in any of the last seven times he has won a title.
Other fans were left amazed at the incredible stat, with one person tweeting: "If I were James I would live like him. Charging sitting 🤙."
Another added: "So far this year I think he has only played two full games…"
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A third person wrote: "It is a touch by the Gods of football. Now he wins cups without playing."
While a fourth joked: "The most decisive from the bench 😅."
Before joining Sao Paulo, Rodriguez spent seven months with Olympiacos before his contract was terminated in April.
Prior to his spell in Greece he spent one year with Al-Rayyan.
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That was after his short stint in the Premier League with Everton.
At the height of his career, the Colombia international enjoyed a successful spell with Real Madrid, where he won two Champions League titles and two LaLiga titles.
He also spent two seasons with Bayern Munich, where he won two Bundesliga titles and two German Super Cups.
Rodriguez caught the eye of some of the world's biggest clubs at the 2014 World Cup when he was ranked by FIFA as the best performing player.
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