The Brazilians were responsible for over 20% of the goals in this weekend's English Championship

English stadiums once again became the scene of great performances by Brazilian players, which already took place in the 23rd round of the competition. For comparison: of the 33 goals scored in total from Saturday to Sunday, seven were scored by Brazilians (a little over 21%).

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Watch Brazil's highlights from the English Championship weekend below:

VINI SOUZA – goal scorer in Luton Town 1×3 Sheffield United

As revealed by Flamengo, the midfielder scored Sheffield's third goal of the match to give Sheffield victory over Luton Town and end their seven-game winless streak in the competition. For the 24-year-old player, it was the first goal of the season (25 matches played).

GABRIEL MAGALHÃES – goalscorer in West Ham 0x6 Arsenal

The Brazil defender scored the third goal from a dead ball in Arsenal's match against West Ham. Declan Rice picked up the ball and Gabriel hit it at the near post for his fourth goal of the season – all in the Premier League.

DOUGLAS LUIZ – scorer of the equalizing goal in Aston Villa 1×2 Manchester United

The midfielder, who also plays for Brazil, almost thwarted Manchester United's plans by scoring the equalizer at Villa Park. The player trained in Vasco showed great opportunism, deflecting a cross from a medium distance. During the celebration, the player even provoked his opponents with a bit of dancing, but ultimately left the field defeated.

BRUNO GUIMARÃES – scorer of two goals in Nottingham Forest 2×3 Newcastle

The midfielder decisively secured three points for his team. This is because Bruno Guimarães not only opened the scoring in the 10th minute of the match with a beautiful finish for the first time, but also scored the winning goal for his team with a bomb from outside the penalty area. Definitely one of the best Brazilian players currently.

RODRIGO MUNIZ – scorer of two goals in the Fulham 3×1 Bournemouth match

Another player raised in Flamengo, who was the foundation of his team during the weekend of European football. Rodrigo Muniz scored two goals as a result of pure opportunism typical of a central striker: in the first case, he took advantage of the indecision between the defender and the goalkeeper to anticipate the play and score a goal; in the second he received a sweet cross from William at the far post and initially provided the final numbers for the match result.

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