Enzo Alves made his debut for Spain’s U15 team after getting his selection. Enzo is the son of former Brazilian player Marcelo and striker for Real Madrid’s young team. The 14-year-old joined the Spanish squad in Murcia, Spain, for the Pinatar Supercopa.
Despite not being able to participate in either of the Spanish U15s’ two games during this competition, Enzo Alves was still a member of the squad that took first place. La Roja did, in fact, make it to the final, where they faced the English team. Spain won the final by a score of 2-1.
This is a significant step forward in Alves’ young football career. The player currently plays as a striker for Real Madrid’s U15 team. His talent and potential as a player are now popular by his selection to the Spanish team.
The inclusion of Enzo Alves in the Spanish national team demonstrates the wide range of players who make up the squad. Spain has a rich footballing tradition, with talented players such as Xavi, Andres Iniesta, and Sergio Ramos playing for the Spanish national team, which won the World Cup in 2010. Spain, on the other hand, welcomed players of various nationalities who chose to represent their adopted country.
Enzo Alves made Spain U15 Debut
Enzo Alves is not the first Brazilian diaspora player to play for Spain. Other players who have chosen to play for La Roja include Marcos Senna, Thiago Alcantara, and Diego Costa. This diversity reflects Spanish society and the country’s ability to integrate players from various cultural backgrounds into its national team.