Endrick: Real Madrid Bound Humiliates Opponent With Insane Nutmeg and Ball Control

Endrick: Real Madrid Bound Humiliates Opponent With Insane Nutmeg and Ball Control

Isaac Darko
updated at April 22, 2024 at 8:26 PM
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  • What Endrick has done in his latest game defies logic and laws of physics
  • The youngster simply destroyed his marker with two unbelievable skills
  • The Brazil international will join Real Madrid once he is of age this summer

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Brazilian sensation Endrick continues to dazzle the football world with a jaw-dropping skill move, leaving a rival humiliated in their wake.

The 17-year-old is regarded as one of the most promising young talents in global football.

Currently representing Palmeiras in Brazil, he showcased his abilities in the recent 0-0 draw against Flamengo, leaving a mark with his performance.

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Endrick is one of the most exciting young talents in football. Photo by Ricardo Moreira.
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In the match, the forward executed an exquisite skill move by nutmegging former Liverpool star Allan Rodrigues de Souza.

In a video shared on social media, Endrick deftly manoeuvred the ball past the midfielder, positioning his body to shield it.

With his first touch, he deftly controlled the ball, imparting a significant spin that caused it to roll beyond the opponent's reach.

With a swift flick behind himself, the youngster smoothly passed the ball through the legs of his opponent before swiftly accelerating away.

Endrick to join Real Madrid in summer

Endrick is set to make his move to Real Madrid this summer, signing a contract that spans until 2027, per ESPN.

Los Blancos retain the option to prolong the agreement by an additional three years.

Despite Chelsea's keen interest in the young talent, having even extended an invitation to their training ground, they ultimately lost out to the allure of the Spanish giants.

Why is Endrick so highly rated?

Seen as the next generation of Brazilian superstars, Endrick made 60 appearances for Palmeiras in the recently concluded season.

As noted by Transfermarkt, he scored 17 goals and notched up two assists in all competitions, helping Palmeiras secure the Brazilian league title ahead of Suarez’s Gremio.

Endrick debuts ‘Golden’ boots in Brazil

Earlier, Sports Brief reported Endrick marked his home debut for the Brazilian national team lacing up a pair of golden signature edition Tekela v4 boots from New Balance.

Endrick came on as a substitute in the 72nd minute for Barcelona's Raphinha, but could not alter Brazil's fate in the match at the iconic Maracana Stadium.

Despite his limited game time against Argentina during the match, it was the new Real Madrid signing's choice of footwear that really caught the eye of fans.

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Isaac Darko is a La Liga, Ligue 1 and Bundesliga editor at Sports Brief with a Degree in Journalism and Communications from Ghana Institute of Journalism (2010)