The record with which Endrick surpasses Pelé, the positive note of Brazil’s puncture

The record with which Endrick surpasses Pelé, the positive note of Brazil’s puncture
The record with which Endrick surpasses Pelé, the positive note of Brazil’s puncture

Not everything was going to be bad news for Brazilwho debuted on the wrong foot against Costa Rica in the Copa América 2024. The Brazilians became entangled in the web of the team led by Gustavo Alfaro and they didn’t know how to get out of there. However, within the negativity of the result, the record of Endrick as a positive note.

The young forward, who will join Real Madrid in July, became the second youngest Brazilian footballer in history to play in a Copa América, surpassing Peléat 17 years and 339 days old and still below Agostinho Fortes Filho ‘Fortes’.

The striker trained at Palmeiras and who has not yet reached the age of majority made his debut in the oldest national team tournament on the planet against Costa Rica, at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, on the first day of Group D of the Copa América upon entering the pitch to replace Vini, the player with whom he is called to do great things for the national team and in white.

Edson Arantes do Nascimento ‘Pelé’, for many the best footballer of all time and the only one to have won three World Cups, was positioned in second place after playing at the age of 18 years and 138 days in 1959. Now Endrick, who is expected to be a ‘new Ronaldo’ surpasses him in his first major tournament with the senior team.

 
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