Young football players in Brazil have all grown up idolizing Paris Saint Germain forward Neymar hoping to become like him or even better.This was also the case for 20 year old Brazilian winger Rodrygo who came up as a Santos player just like Neymar.At a very young age,his skills made everyone conclude that he would one day become the heir to Neymar as the king of Brazilian football.A few years down the line this prophecy has come true as Rodrygo has become the king and man to watch at both his club Real Madrid and Brazil.Last week he scored the goal that saw Madrid secure a thirty fifth La Liga title.On Wednesday in their champions league semi final clash against Manchester City,he came off the bench to score two goals and lead the Spanish giants to the final.His fine form has made Madrid favorites to win the trophy this season.He will also be playing alongside his idol Neymar at this year's world cup tournament in Qatar hoping they can finally win it.
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