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Paquetá’s former colleague at Fla scores the most beautiful goal of the month in Japan: "I think it’s his first goal…"

Thiago Soares

Flamengo

Athlete played for Rubro-Negro from 2015 to 2019, before playing for Japanese football

Agif/Thiago Ribeiro - Lucas Paquetá played alongside the athlete in Flamengo.
© 1287, www.agif.com.brAgif/Thiago Ribeiro – Lucas Paquetá played alongside the athlete in Flamengo.

Flamengo is coming moving in the transfer market and the rumors don’t stop. The red-black fan must already be tired of meeting new names in the South American market, of supposed possible strikers of American football or European sides. About that, Everton Chives is just the first name confirmed among many that the Club negotiates in this transfer window.

More recently, island was announced as one who leaves the Gávea team. After terminating the contract, the full-back must go to Universidad Católica, a club in his country. William Arão and Leo Pereira are quoted to be traded. The certainty is that the market for Mengo is frantic, with updates all the time. In the midst of new business, otorcedor remembered an old name that passed through Flamengo.

This because a goal from Matheus Saviowho currently plays for Kashiwa Reysol, from Japan, has been reverberating on the web. In a game valid for the last round of the Japanese League Cup, the athlete scored a beautiful kick from outside the area against Shimizu S-Pulse. The painting was recognized by the J-League as the most beautiful goal of the month of May. in the country. At Kashiwa, the midfielder wears the number 10 shirt and has been successful. Matheus Sávio arrived at Flamengo at the age of 17.

A year later, aged 18, the athlete would make his debut on the professional team. In December 2019, the player said goodbye to the Club, with 16 games disputed, two goals and an assist. The midfielder ended up being marked by errors in the match that resulted in the elimination of the red-black team in the 2017 Libertadores, against San Lorenza. This time, aged 25, Matheus Sávio surprised the Nation with a nice goal scored.

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