Watford forward Richarlison took another chance to help the club this weekend, this time having a good performance and winning a penalty during the 2-1 victory over Arsenal.
Still with three goals and two assists this season, the player’s quick impact in the Premier League has been much praised in Brazil, especially because of the Hornets’ fantastic start in the season.
That’s the reason why according to Goal Brasil, the 20-year-old should be having a chance to play for the national team in the next international break.
The website claims that Richarlison’s name is ‘pratically certain’ to be in the squad which will be facing Japan and England in November.
Although Brazil were the champions of the South American World Cup qualifiers with a big gap over runner-ups Uruguay, there are a still few spots to be filled in the squad.
As covered by us last week, Flamengo wonderkid Vinícius Junior has even been touted for Roberto Firmino’s place in attack, but since the 17-year-old hasn’t been getting many minutes in Brazil, maybe it’s Watford’s Richarlison who will have a shot first.