Endrik makes history and Bellingham slaps him months before arriving at Real Madrid! (video)

Real Madrid player Endrik, on loan at Palmeiras, made football history after scoring the goal in Brazil’s friendly win over England on Saturday.

Endrik became the youngest player in football history to score a goal for his club or country at the historic Wembley Stadium in the capital, London.

Meanwhile, the future Real Madrid star became the second-youngest player to score for Brazil after Ronaldo Nazario in 1994.

Endrik is only 17 years and 246 days old, a number that speaks for itself in the value of the huge achievement for a player who has become an international player and is on his way to the most prestigious clubs in the world.

The Brazil-England match witnessed an interesting moment that expresses how prepared Endrik is for the next step in his career, after he met Real Madrid star Jude Bellingham.

The duo exchanged a conversation, before the English star slapped him in the face as a joke, in a shot that many considered an indication of the good relationship between them.

As for Endrick himself, in his speech to the media after the match, he said, “It is really wonderful. I was playing video games at Wembley Stadium and now I am actually scoring there. It will remain an everlasting memory for me.”

The indication remains that Endrik will arrive at Real Madrid next summer after reaching the age of 18 to join Carlo Ancelotti’s squad.

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