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ENDRICK: THE YOUNG TALENT ON THE RISE IN THE BRAZILIAN SELECTION

The Legacy in the Main Team

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Endrick, at 17, is quickly becoming a household name to football fans around the world. With an impressive trajectory in the youth categories of the Brazilian National Team, he is paving his way to become a prominent figure on the international stage.

Born in a small town in the interior of Brazil, Endrick demonstrated his talent for football from a young age. His love for the sport and his unwavering determination quickly set him apart among his peers. At age 10, he was discovered by talented scouts who recognized his exceptional potential. Thus, he began his journey at local clubs, where his talent soon caught the attention of national scouts.

Endrick found his home at the local football club, where his rise was meteoric. With his remarkable skill and tireless work ethic, he soon earned a place in the first team. His numbers speak for themselves: in just 14 games, starting 10 of them, he scored an impressive 8 goals and contributed 3 assists. It is clear that his impact on the field transcends his age.


JOURNEY IN THE BRAZILIAN SELECTION STARTING

His journey with the Brazilian National Team began in the youth teams, where he He quickly emerged as one of the country's most promising talents. Representing the Brazil across all categories, Endrick showed remarkable consistency in his performance. Averaging an impressive goal contribution every 77 minutes, he became a key player for his team.

The pinnacle of his young career came when Endrick became the fourth youngest player to score a goal for the main Brazilian team, at 17 years and 275 days old. This historic feat not only solidified his place on the national team, but also put him in the spotlight around the world. His technical ability, vision of the game and impressive maturity on the field make him an unparalleled athlete in his age group.



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EX-FLAMENGO ALMOST BROWS EVERYTHING, BUT IS SAVED BY THE GOALKEEPER IN THE CONFERENCE LEAGUE KNOCKOUT

Despite the failure, the player's team qualified for the semi-finals of the competition

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This Thursday (18), Olympiacos (GRE) and Fenerbahçe (TUR) faced each other in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the Uefa Conference League. In this way, the ex-Flamengo Rodinei qualified on penalties, after a 1-0 defeat in normal time and a 3-3 draw on aggregate.

The former full-back of Mais Querido almost ruined everything, as he wasted a penalty.


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Olympiacos entered the match wanting to defend their one-goal lead, as they had won 3-2 in Greece. However, Fenerbahçe scored 11 minutes into the first half. The game was played until extra time.

The Turkish team managed to have more than 60% possession of the ball and shot 13 times at Olympiacos' goal, but were unable to increase the score. With the tie on aggregate, the decision for the place was decided on penalties. The Greek team also lost Andreas Ntoi, sent off in stoppage time during the second half of extra time.

EX-FLAMENGO MISSES PENALTY BUT IS SAVED BY THE GOALKEEPER

Already in the penalty shootout, Olympiacos scored the first and saw the Turkish team lose their first. With an advantage, the Greek team wasted their second kick. However, Fenerbahçe also lost the second. Rodinei arrived to take the final penalty for Olympiacos' series of five. If he did, the place would go to the Greek team.

However, in an almost unbelievable move, Rodinei hit the ball high in the middle of the goal. Fenerbahçe's goalkeeper touched the ball, which hit the crossbar, bounced off the line, but didn't go in. However, Olympiacos' goalkeeper Tzolakis saved the Turkish team's last shot.


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I'M SO PROUD! FLAMENGO CREATIVE COULD BECOME THE BEST YOUNG PLAYER IN THE PREMIER LEAGUE

The midfielder competes with stars from Liverpool, Aston Villa, Bournemouth, Nottingham Forest and Sheffield United

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Flamengo's creation, João Gomes is a resounding success in the Premier League. A Wolves athlete, the Brazilian stands out for his good football and high number of tackles, a statistic that put him in contention for the English Championship's “youth of the season” award.

With 63 tackles in 28 games, João Gomes has five other competitors in the fight for the prize. They are: Szoboszlai (Liverpool), Gibbs-White (Nottingham Forest), Kamara (Aston Villa), McAtee (Sheffield United) and Alex Scott (Bournemouth).

Each player among those mentioned competes for a different category, which is precisely in the which one stands out. While João Gomes competes for tackles, Szoboszlai's trump card is the correct passes, Gibbs-White the assists, Kamara the precision in passes, Mcatee the duels won, and Scott the ball possession.

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Another former Flamengo midfielder who is having a good Premier League campaign is Vinicius Souza, from Sheffield United. The young man, however, was left out of the running for the prize, despite his good numbers. In 30 games, Vinição started 27, scored one goal, has 79% of successful passes and 60% of disputed balls won per match.



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HELP AT LIBERTADORES? FLAMENGO HAS THE THIRD MOST VALUABLE PLAYER IN ALL OF AMERICA

The TOP-3 is headed by Endrick, André and striker from Mais Querido, and the competition starts this Tuesday (02)

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Pedro has been on the rise technically since he arrived at Flamengoin 2021. Furthermore, the center forward was fundamental in winning the Libertadores in 2022 and maintained his good performance in 2023. The above-average performance, combined with 11 goals and an assist in the Campeonato Carioca, resulted in the striker remaining in the top-5 of the most valuable players in South America, valued at 22 million euros.

In recent years, the striker has maintained an average of over 20 goals per year, being fundamental in Flamengo's campaigns in national and international competitions for the red and black. Finally, with the start of the Libertadores da América, the tendency is for the athlete to continue scoring goals. Tite trusts Pedro's talent and called him up for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.

The list of America's most valuable players is dominated by Brazilians. The leader of the same is Endrick, the attacker is valued at 55 million euros after last month's update. In second place, André, Libertadores champion with Fluminense last year, is valued at 25 million euros. In third place comes Pedro who maintained his market value due to his good moment.


Closing the top-5 is Raphael Veiga from Palmeiras valued at 18 million and Luís Guilherme at 17 million euros, respectively.Update has taken place with the departure of Gabigol from the ranking due to the case of fraud in the anti-doping test. Currently, the ranking is dominated by Palmeiras players who appear in first, fourth and fifth place. On the other hand, the Fla-Flu duo with Pedro and André reinforces the list of most valuable players.


Pedro takes the field with Mais Querido this Tuesday( 02), for the debut of the competition against Millonarios (COL). Flamengo's first group stage match will take place at their rival's stadium, El Campín, in Bogotá, Colombia.



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