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Brazilian sensation Andric paid tribute to Manchester United legend Sir Bobby Charlton by scoring the Selecao’s

Brazilian. sensation Andric paid tribute. to Manchester United. legend Sir Bobby. Charlton by scoring the Selecao’s first senior international goal against England at Wembley on Saturday. The Palmeiras forward – who will join Real Madrid in July.

– scored the only goal 10 minutes from time, in a 1-0 friendly win over the Three Lions. The 17-year-old’s strike made him the youngest ever male goalscorer at Wembley and he died after the match, playing at England’s national stadium.

 

Sir Bobby, who sadly died in October last year, earned 106 caps for England between 1958 and 1970, scoring 49 goals – and was certainly one of United’s greatest ever players. The forward was an integral part of the Three Lions side that won the 1966 World Cup and

 

 

regularly clashed with the legendary Brazilian side of the era, going head-to-head with the likes of Pele and Jirinho. Mainu became the latest graduate of the United youth system to make his senior debut for England, when he was introduced after 75 minutes, along with fellow Red Marcus Rashford.

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