Three Brazilians Who Are Currently Killing It In Europe’s Top Soccer Leagues 

Brazil have over the years given some amazing players to the game of soccer. Whether it is Pele, Zico, Ronaldinho or Neymar there have been plenty of talents who have set the grounds on fire. This is precisely the reason the Brazil team happens to be one of the toughest and most successful in the world of football. So, even in various soccer leagues across the globe, primarily the European, there is a huge demand for players from the country. It is time to pick three Brazilian stars from Europe’s top five leagues who are currently slaying it with their feet. 

Neymar (Paris Saint-Germain) 

The theatrics aside, the Brazilian happens to be one of the most gifted soccer players in the present scenario. After forming an enviable alliance with Lionel Messi at Barca, Neymar created another robust partnership with both Mbappe and Messi at PSG as well. Currently, he is tipped to be one of the few players to leave an indelible mark at the FIFA Qatar World Cup 2022. This Season, the 30-year-old has found the net 11 times and provided 8 assists in 11 outings so far for PSG. Hence, he comes across as a priceless gift from Brazil to the European football league. 

Antony (Manchester United) 

To regain their old glory, the Old Trafford club has splurged on some high-profile players across the world. Antony happens to be the latest one to join the “Red Devils” from Ajax for a transfer deal worth £95 million to revive the fortunes of the club. At Ajax, he had been a ferocious attacker to be blessed with quick feet and a bagful of tricks. Last season, the Brazilian scored 12 goals and provided 10 assists for Ajax. So, he might be the precious key for Man United to unlock the good times for the club. 

Vinicius Jr (Real Madrid) 

It would be an understatement to say that Vinicius Jr had an excellent season for Real in the last term. By scoring 22 goals and offering 20 assists in 52 appearances in the last season, his extraordinary feats would require new adjectives in the English language to capture the real effect he had on Carlo Ancelotti’s side. His overbearing presence and the partnership he forged with Karim Benzema sealed the deal in Madrid’s favour most of the times in the season gone by. Even in the new season with 5 goals and four assists thus far, the Brazilian is looking hungry for more carnage. 

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