Brazil is inarguably one of the notable nations for the production of world class talents, both young and old. Internally and externally, Brazil players perform very well especially in Europe. Big names such as Rivaldo, Ronaldo, Ronaldinho Gaucho and Kaka are all top class Brazilian players. Currently, Vinicius Junior, Neymar Junior, Hulk and Thiago Silva are examples of players who are lifting high the flag of Brazil.
Vinicius Junior, the twenty years old Real Madrid Left-Wing forward is a young but very competitive footballer. He broke into the club’s starting eleven just the first year he was signed. Yesterday, he surprised the world as he expressed his delight for basketball by attending a basketball match in the United States. Due to the break in the league, Vinicius Junior decided to travel to the United States to enjoy the basketball game. He went to the stadium in support of the Miami Heat basketball team. He gave out his shirt to some of the players while they also gave him a signed Miami Heat shirt.
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