Late Penalty Earns Brazil 3-3 Draw Against Spain in Bernabeu Thriller

In an exhilarating friendly match at Real Madrid’s Bernabeu stadium, Brazil and Spain battled to a thrilling 3-3 draw, with Lucas Paqueta’s late penalty rescuing a point for the visitors.

Spain took the lead twice in the match, with Rodri converting a penalty and Dani Olmo scoring a superb solo goal to put the hosts ahead. However, Brazil fought back strongly, with Rodrygo and substitute Endrick finding the net to level the score.

Despite Rodri giving Spain the lead once again from the penalty spot, Brazil refused to concede defeat. In the dying moments of the game, Lucas Paqueta stepped up to convert a penalty in the 96th minute, securing a dramatic draw for his side.

The match also saw 17-year-old Endrick make headlines once again, scoring his second goal for Brazil in just four days. Endrick, who is set to join Real Madrid, made history as the youngest male goalscorer for club or country with his goal against England.

For Spain, the draw comes after a disappointing defeat to Colombia earlier in the international break, leaving Luis de la Fuente’s side without a win in their recent fixtures.

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