February 6th , 2023



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France faced Poland in the round of 16 stages of the FIFA World Cup today.

And, just as the race for the title continues, so does the race for the tournament golden boot. With Argentina's Lionel Messi and Julian Alvarez scoring yesterday to secure their country's place in the quarter-finals, France's Kylian Mbappe and Giroud, as well as Poland's Robert Lewandowski, were hoping to increase their chances of winning the award.

This match between France and Poland began with a goal by Giroud in the 44th minute, which gave France the lead and also made Giroud the top scorer in the history of the France men's football team. Mbappe added two goals to France's lead in the second half, securing first place in the golden boot race. Lewandowski, on the other hand, was able to exit the competition with a goal late in the game.

Meanwhile, here is the current standing of the competition's top scorers.


Real Madrid join race for wonderkid close to Chelsea move

Real Madrid has built a reputation in recent years for signing the best wonderkids from Brazil and developing them into superstars at the Santiago Bernabeu. Vinicius Jr and Rodrygo are the two best success stories of this policy, both of whom arrived as teenagers and have gone on to establish themselves in Carlo Ancelotti's starting XI.Vinicius even finished in the top ten for the Ballon d'Or and scored the Champions League-winning goal against Liverpool. Rodrygo, on the other hand, is having a breakout season this season and proving what he can bring to the table. The Brazilian duo has the potential to be a long-term starter for Real Madrid.

On the other hand, it appears that Real Madrid is already looking for the next big thing in Brazilian football, and one of the players they appear to be following is Vasco da Gama's Andrey Santos.

Santos is rumored to be on his way to Chelsea. However, according to Defensa Central (via, he is now on Real Madrid's radar.Real Madrid joins the race for a wonderkid rumored to be on his way to Chelsea.

Santos is a midfielder who is only 18 years old, but he has already made an impression for the Vasco da Gama senior team, who are currently playing in Brazil's second division.

Santos' performances appear to have piqued the interest of Europe's top clubs. In addition to Chelsea and Real Madrid, PSG, Manchester City, and Newcastle United are said to be interested in the player.

It is estimated that signing him from Vasco da Gama would cost around €15 million. And, while Stamford Bridge appears to be his most likely destination, we'll have to wait and see if that changes.


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