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What Everton star Richarlison said about the Emirates Stadium before Brazil's wi
What Everton star Richarlison said about the Emirates Stadium before Brazil's win over Uruguay



Everton forward Richarlison เว็บ พนัน บอล ออนไลน์ has only been in England for just over a year, but he's in awe of Arsenal's Emirates Stadium. An arrival at Watford in the summer of 2016, the Brazil international gave the Gunners a tough time in a 2-1 win at Vicarage Road a year ago but couldn't repeat the trick in the reverse meeting in north London. That was his first taste of the stadium. His second came earlier in the current campaign when the Merseyside outfit fell to a 2-0 loss thanks to second half goals from Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

Richarlison impressed for the visitors in that game, especially in the first-half and could have helped himself to a goal or two if not for Petr Cech being in fine form in between the sticks that afternoon. เว็บ พนัน บอล ออนไลน์ With Brazil in action against Uruguay on Friday night at the Emirates Stadium, the 21-year-old spoke in glowing terms about the ground, playing surface and supporters in an interview with the matchday programme.

"It's one of the most amazing stadiums in England," he said. "The atmosphere is terrific. The pitch is first class. It's one of those stadiums you always look forward to playing at. "Petr Cech prevented me from scoring last time I was there, but hopefully it will be different with the Selecao." Richarlison's hopes of netting at the Emirates almost - and perhaps should have - became a reality on Friday night.

As man-of-the-match Neymar swung in a cross from the left-wing, the Toffees star's eyes must have lit up on the opposite flank as the ball was dropping kindly เว็บ พนัน บอล ออนไลน์ for him to make it 2-0. However, the forward failed to even hit the target from close range and must now wait until next season for another chance to score in the stadium - unless Everton draw the Gunners in the FA Cup.