Wolves star sends message after making Brazil debut vs England. Matheus Cunha and Neto responded.

Wolves player Joao Gomes had a very proud occasion last night when he made his senior debut for Brazil against England.

Following a succession of strong performances at Molineux under Gary O’Neil, the 23-year-old was recently called up by Dorival Junior.
He has performed admirably in the midfield alongside Mario Lemina, and there is current speculation that Manchester United are interested in him.

He was selected to start in Brazil’s midfield against England at Wembley Stadium last night, which put him in the spotlight.

Gomes performed well and celebrated with a social media statement after the game.

Proud Joao Gomes sends message on social media after making Brazil debut v England
There had been whispers that Gomes was going to get minutes against England on Saturday.

But there were a few raised eyebrows when the teamsheets came through to show that he was actually starting against the Three Lions.
He played in midfield along with fellow Premier League stars Lucas Paqueta and Bruno Guimaraes.

Brazi ended up winning the game 1-0 thanks to a goal late on by substitute Endrick – and Gomes put in a very respectable display in the engine room.
It was a typically combative display from Gomes, who provided lots of energy in the middle of the park against the likes of Jude Bellingham, Conor Gallagher and Declan Rice.

Sofascore data shows that he complete 23/28 passes (82%), three interceptions and four ball recoveries.

After the game, he took to Instagram to express his gratitude, writing, “Thank you to the whole group for the way they welcomed me and especially for the respect, I will never forget this moment.”

Several players responded, including two Wolves stars. Pedro Neto used heart eyes emojis, and Matheus Cunha commented ‘You played incredibly well, Joaozinho’.

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This is only the beginning for Gomes.
It was amazing to see Joao Gomes make his debut for Brazil against England, and it is well deserved given his recent performances for Wolves.

It was also great to see him really play an entire game. Clearly, he has already made an impression on Dorival Junior.

Gomes’ delight in making his debut for Brazil is palpable, and one expects that he will have many more proud moments throughout his career.

Wolves’ midfield dynamo, who Dave Edwards says is Molineux’s best ball-winner ever, has the potential to become something remarkable.

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