After coming on against Nice, the young Brazilian gained momentum and played in all of the team’s other three matches last month. He had an assist in Metz, and was voted man of the match, and he became the youngest Strasbourg player to be involved in a goal in Ligue 1 (at 18 years and 277 days) since Racing’s return to the top flight in 2017. In addition to this award, the native of Brasilia is on the verge of being elected Young Player of the month for September in Ligue 1 Uber Eats.
The Bleu et Blanc Number 23 will receive his trophy fromCrédit Agricole Alsace Vosges this Friday just before the kick-off of the match against Nantes at La Meinau.
Thomas Delaine and Matz Sels completed the podium.