The striker brazilian, was figure in access of Tottenham for his first Champions League final
Football, this amazing social phenomenon, which we all love, worsens better. This season he gave us again amazing, beautiful moments through the UEFA Champions League. On the evening of Wednesday, May 8, 2019 we again enjoyed a unique showcase. Tottenham, defeated by 1-0 in London, from Ajax was found this time in Amsterdam in the “Johan Cruyff Arena” to lose 2-0 to 35 !. It was therefore logical to assume that the Ten Hague team will qualify for the grand final of this year’s event to be held on 1 June in the Metropolitano of Madrid.
But let the Brazilian, Lucas Moura not say his last word. The 26-year-old right-wing striker took his spurs on his “shoulders” and a stunning appearance but with three goals scored for the first time in the history of the Champions League final, leaving Ajax and his “grandchildren Cruyff “.
The unlikely Lucas Moura having big hoofs has made things and hoards in the pitch, beyond the three goals he has achieved. The last and most decisive one scored it in the 5th of the extra time.
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Lucas Moura was not always a happy child. Born in Brazil, he first knew what poverty would say. In his only 13 years he left his home, and to continue to see his dream of playing football on a professional level, it had to be done. He went to a sports center and almost perfected his skills, and his environment was not very positive. There were gangs, drugs and a lot of violence. But his deep religious faith helped him and focused on improving his technique and so he was able to play in the Sao Paulo academies. He got the nickname “Marcelinho” because of his similarity to the legend of Corinth. For history Marcelinho is considered to be the top footballer of Corinthians, who scored 206 goals in 420 races (from 1994 to 2001).
Starts in Sao Paulo
Moura’s talent was first discovered by coach Dirceu Gabriel Couto, who has since described him as the most important person in his life. Lucas was only 6 years old. In two years he won more trophies and his skills began to attract top detectors in the country. The people of Corinthians were the first to choose him at the age of 10. But his entry to Timothy meant he had to make sacrifices. So he will pass his mornings to school and his afternoons will work hard. His problem became even worse as his family was long gone to get a bus and two trains to get to the training center.
His health began to face problems. He seemed weak. His parents asked the Corinthian people to get a nutritionist to help the little one gain muscle mass. They did not accept it. Disappointed his father, Jorge took him from the Corinthian Youth team after having previously contradicted the administration. Eventually, Lucas left and shortly afterwards he went to Sao Paulo, but he had a sports center in Kotia at 22 km, which forced the 13-year-old Lucas to go on his own and live there. Nevertheless, his love for football prevailed and he did not get involved in the various gangs that existed there. At the age of 18, in 2010 he made his debut in the first team of Sao Paulo.
He says: “Without a doubt, playing in São Paulo was a dream come true, a great honor for me, being one of the biggest clubs in Brazil with great history and tradition.” Manchester United and Inter are chasing Manchester United for 20 years. But PSG did and took it by giving 45 million in 2012.
Lucas was a frequent member of the Brazilian Under-20 international side. In February 2011, Lucas was involved in the Under-20 South American Championship, where he scored a hat-trick in a 6-0 victory over Uruguay in the final. Lucas made his senior international debut for Brazil in a friendly match against Scotland on 27 March 2011. On 28 September 2011, Lucas scored his first senior international goal for Brazil against Argentina. On 31 January 2018, Lucas signed a contract with Tottenhan until 2023 for a transfer fee of around £ 25 million
The game of his life
On the evening of May 8, Lucas Moura made the game of his life! He hit hat trick and became the first Brazilian to score something similar in the semi-final Champions League. At the same time, he became the 5th footballer to score three goals at this stage after Del Piero, Olic, Lewadowski and Cristiano Ronaldo! Lucas Moura is the new world football star and now he is dreaming even higher, winning the Champions League.