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Meet Antony Matheus, The 21-Year-Old Next Brazilian Samba King.

The Brazilian national team over the past has been one of the few lucky teams to produce a quick and skilful style of play known as the "Brazilian Samba", and players like Garrincha, Pele, Ronaldinho, Robinho and Neymar have been good students of this legendary style of play, but it seems there is a new kid in the block, as Ajax young star and Brazilian Antony Matheus has taken up the baton to do the wonders peculiar to the feet of Brazilians.

Showing class and wizardry in all his moves and touches against Uruguay in their 2022 World Cup qualifiers which ended in a 4-1 scoreline in favour of them, Antony Matheus this time around was the man with the magic feet as he effortlessly danced through the Uruguayan players in the manner the likes of Ronaldinho, Robinho and Neymar will always do. A treasure to be cherished by the Brazilian team and fans, Anthony Matheus master-class controls, skills and dribbles came into the timeline in the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games hosted in Japan where he almost ran the show for the Brazilian team who were the eventual winners of the tournament.

Putting up the typical showman style of play in every game he has played after their successful outing in Japan, the 21-year-old has been consistent with his skilful and sleek tactics which have been the talk of the town and featuring in competitive games for the star-packed Brazilian national team, Antony Matteus is the next "Samba King" of the South American nation.

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