Endrick Shines as Super-Sub: Clinches Thrilling Last-Minute Victory for Brazil Over Mexico in a 3-2 Showdown

Endrick emerged as Brazil’s savior, securing a victory over Mexico with a decisive strike during added time.

Coach Dorival Junior opted for a fresh lineup in the Texas showdown on Saturday. Nonetheless, a youthful substitute delivered the vital hit for the Selecao.

Soon to join Real Madrid, Endrick proved pivotal, nailing a header from a pass by Vinicius Junior, another Real sensation.

The match was a rollercoaster, with Brazil initially gaining a 2-0 advantage.

Andreas Pereira opened the scoring at the five-minute mark, followed by Gabriel Martinelli who extended the lead.

Despite a recent 4-0 defeat to Uruguay, Mexico rallied back, tying the game via Julian Quinones and Guillermo Martinez’s efforts, the latter scoring in the 92nd minute.

Equal footing lasted mere moments. Vini and Endrick, soon-to-be club mates, orchestrated Brazil’s decisive goal.

The Selecao faces the United States next in a preparatory match before their Copa America opener against Costa Rica.

Highlight: A Rising Phenomenon

Earlier in March, Endrick made history at Wembley by becoming the youngest scorer in an international bout against England.

Now aged 17, he boasts three goals from just 93 playing minutes this season for Brazil. Impressively, he’s turned half of his six shots into goals.

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