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Endrick makes history, pays tribute to England legend after Brazil’s 1-0 win

By admin Mar 24, 2024
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Brazilian sensation, Endrick, made history on Saturday night after becoming the youngest ever male player to score at Wembley, scoring the winning goal against England.

The 17-year-old came off the bench in the second half of the game and quickly made an impact, scoring his first goal for his country in his third appearance as Brazil defeated England 1-0.

Endrick’s victory also marked the 30th anniversary of Brazilian legend, Ronaldo’s international debut.

After the match, the Real Madrid-bound teenager paid tribute to Sir Bobby Charlton, an English football legend who played for Manchester United and won the World Cup with England in 1966, and noted that scoring in the stadium where Charlton played was a very important memory for him.

“A guy who is an idol here is also Bobby Charlton, playing in the stadium that Bobby played, scoring on the day Ronaldo debuted.

“These are very important memories for me,” Endrick said.

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