WATCH: Real Madrid-bound Endrick hits Fortnite FLOSS dance in Brazilian Serie A game

Endrick was spotted dancing on the pitch during a Brasileiro Serie A match.

WATCH: Real Madrid-bound Endrick hits Fortnite FLOSS dance in Brazilian Serie A game

Endrick was spotted Flossing. (Via X/@stopthatfooty)

Despite being linked with a move to Real Madrid in July 2024, the 17-year-old Brazilian wonder kid Endrick has proven that he is, after all, just a ‘kid’. The youngster was seen enjoying himself on the pitch during a Brasileiro Série A game, as the cameras caught a glimpse of the player’s ‘funny’ side. Endrick was captured hitting the popular Fortnite dance move ‘floss‘, against Fluminese.


The 17-year-old sensation is bound to join Real Madrid when he turns 18, in July 2024. His explosive pace and shooting caught the attention of Los Blancos, who have agreed to bring him to the club in a deal worth €60 million. The player also made his debut for the Brazilian National team earlier in November, against Colombia. As news surrounding the player gathers more interest by the day, his ‘dance’ against Fluminese has also gone viral.

The camera shows Endrick hitting the floss as the ball goes out of play. The referee is engaged in conversation with his assistants and players are warming up at the side of the pitch.

However, Endrick is seen looking around the pitch, with an expressionless face as he dances away coolly, not caring about the cameras or any attention. Palmeiras comfortably dispatched opponents Fluminese, much like the youngsters dance.


Endrick’s sublime dribble against Fluminese sparks conversation on social media

As Endrick’s arrival at Real Madrid edges all the closer, fans were shown yet again why the club paid ‘top dollar’ for the Brazilian. His sublime assist that set up teammate Breno Lopes serves as the perfect reason why Madrid did not hesitate to pay €60 million for the youngster. A different angle of the youngster’s assist shows just how ‘good’ he is at football.

Endrick vs Fluminese
Endrick vs Fluminese (Via X/@YashRMFC)

Some commented that Endrick was toying with the Fluminese squad, and rightly so. The #9 received the ball from a throw-in before ‘fighting off’ his marker to the ground. He then proceeded to dribble around the defender before setting up his teammate who was open at the far post. The goal was then disallowed by VAR, but that has not stopped the comments from pouring in.

A fan said that he’s ready for ‘Friendship FC’ pointing to the humorous antics done by current players in the squad. Many contents labeled the youngster a baller and called him one of the best youngsters at the moment. Some even went as far as to claim that he’s better than Jude Bellingham and every other Barcelona player. Many ran out of adjectives for the player, calling him ridiculous and a ‘cheat code’.

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