Enzo Fernandez has become one of the stars of the Argentine Soccer Team so far in the World Cup in Qatar. The midfielder, born in San Martín, has established himself in the core of the albiceleste and is a key piece, as a revolution player, in Lionel Scaloni’s schemes. For the moment, of the two games that the team has played, Enzo has played only 60 minutes between them, although he has shown what he is capable of.
In the first World Cup clash, against Saudi Arabia, Argentina was defeated 1-2, but Enzo Fernández was one of the few salvageable. The ’24’ of the Argentine National Team gave Scaloni’s team a new face with his entry onto the pitch around the 60th minute of the game. Subsequently, his entry against Mexico was decisive. At 57′, the Argentine coach gave way to the grass, and at 64′, Argentina opened the scoring. In addition, he closed the game in the 87th minute with an authentic goal from a corner.
Benfica took a market bargain
Seeing the level that Enzo Fernández has shown in the group stage of the UEFA Champions League and so far in the World Cup, Benfica has gotten a bargain. The Argentine was signed by the Portuguese last market for around 10 million euros plus 8 in bonuses. Now, according to Transfermarkt, the value of Enzo Fernández rises to 35 million euros. A real outrage considering how little he has been in the elite of European football.