Madrid’s scouts did not miss Enzo Fernández’s great goal and 34 minutes against Mexico

The young midfielder closed the Albiceleste victory with a great goal, despite Memo Ochoa’s stretch.

The club competition is stopped, but the activity in the Madrid entity does not stop, since its white scouts are following some footballers who could, in the future, reinforce Carlo Ancelotti’s squad.


The World Cup event is always a great showcase for the world of football, which is why the players are followed by all the greats in Europe.

The merengue team has the experience of signing the best players in the World Cups, as has happened in the past with James Rodríguez or Keylor Navas, something that cannot be ruled out that could happen with this new edition of the FIFA national team tournament .

The sports managers of the white club want to sign a couple of midfielders for next season, so they are looking at various players in the competition, beyond the British Jude Bellingham.

One of the players to watch in this tournament for the various ‘spies’ of Real Madrid is Enzo Fernández.

However, to everyone’s surprise, Enzo was again a substitute, this time against Mexico, although this time he came onto the pitch in the 56th minute.

The Real Madrid scout took note of those 34 minutes, in which he vastly improved his team, to the point of becoming one of Lionel Scaloni’s best.

The Benfica midfielder showed his entire repertoire, something that favored Argentina, which was able to defeat Mexico 2-0, and get closer to the round of 16 of the World Cup in Qatar 2022.

But as if that were not enough, Enzo Fernández scored the goal that ensured the victory for the albiceleste, with a house-brand ‘jewel’, which amazed the world of football and Real Madrid observers, making Memo Ochoa’s stretch insufficient.

After this game, one of the changes that Scaloni is expected to make for the third day is the inclusion of the midfielder in the starting eleven, something that the Merengue team will be very attentive to.

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