How 17-year-old Brazil Wonder Kid, Endrick Sank England In International Friendly at Wembley


In an international friendly between England and Brazil at Wembley Stadium, a late goal from the promising 17-year-old talent, Endrick proved decisive, securing a narrow victory for Brazil.

This emerging star, touted for future success at Real Madrid, stole the spotlight with his winning goal, much to the delight of the traveling Brazilian fans.

Throughout the match, England, led by Gareth Southgate, struggled to find their rhythm and ultimately succumbed to a defeat that will undoubtedly prompt reflection as they prepare for Euro 2024.

The game saw early opportunities for both sides, with Rodrygo threatening England’s defense with a penetrating run, only to be denied by goalkeeper Jordan Pickford. A swift Brazilian counterattack orchestrated by Lucas Paqueta nearly resulted in a goal, but Kyle Walker came to England’s rescue with a crucial clearance off the line.

England, too, had their chances, notably when Jude Bellingham provided a teasing cross for Conor Gallagher, who narrowly missed the target with his half-volley attempt. However, Brazil continued to press, with Paqueta striking the post and Raphinha forcing Pickford into a save following a defensive error by Harry Maguire.

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As the match progressed, the intensity heightened, and Paqueta came close to breaking the deadlock with a curling effort narrowly missing the target. But it was Brazil who ultimately seized the moment, as Vinicius Junior’s darting run led to Endrick pouncing on the rebound to score the decisive goal, making him the youngest ever scorer at Wembley Stadium.

Despite a late chance for Endrick to double his tally, Brazil held on to secure the win, leaving England to ponder their performance ahead of future challenges.

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