In a 6-goal game, Spain and Brazil draw at the Bernabéu

In a great game, Spain and Brazil drew 3-3, this Tuesday (26), at the Santiago Bernabéu, in Madrid. The Spanish took a 2-0 lead, but Dorival Junior’s team reacted and sought a draw. 

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At the end of the game, Spain was ahead again, but at the last minute, Galeno conceded a penalty for Brazil, and Paquetá tied the match.

Of the home team’s three goals, two were controversial penalties, in which the Brazilian players complained about the scoring. Spain’s goals were scored by Rodri (two) and Dani Olmo. Those from Brazil came from the feet of Rodrygo, Endrick and Paquetá.

As a result, at the age of 17, Endrick was decisive in the two FIFA games on this date. Against England, he came on in the second half and scored the winning goal in the first friendly. This time, against Spain, at the stadium of Real Madrid, his future club, Endrick scored Brazil’s second – the equalizer.

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On a FIFA date, the striker scored goals at Wembley and the Santiago Bernabéu, two of the main venues in European football.

In addition to Endrick, the other 16-year-old Lamine Yamal from Barcelona also stood out in the match with dribbling and an assist.

Furthermore, the duel between the teams was expected to involve actions to combat racism, with striker Vini Jr as the central figure. 

Brazil players entered the field wearing a black coat against racism. In the stands, Brazilian fans supported the Brazilian striker. Vini didn’t have a good performance, but he still left the field with great applause at the Santiago Bernabéu, Real Madrid’s stadium.

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