Real Madrid’s Rodrygo, Vinicius Dance

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Rodrygo and Vinícius Júnior didn’t hesitate after Real Madrid opened the scoring at the Metropolitano stadium.

The Brazilian duo went toward one of the corner flags and began doing their samba-like dance moves near the Atlético Madrid fans.

With its young Brazilians not backing away from their dancing, Madrid beat city rival Atlético 2-1 in the Spanish league to extend its perfect start to the season on Sunday.

Rodrygo and Federico Valverde scored first-half goals as the defending champions won their ninth match in a row in all competitions.

“Dance wherever you want,” Vinícius wrote on Twitter in a message directed at Rodrygo after the game, along with a photo of them celebrating the goal.

The result restored Madrid as the league leader after it had been overtaken by Barcelona on Saturday following the Catalan club’s 3-0 win against Elche for its fifth straight victory. 

Madrid leads Barcelona by two points. “It was a different game, the derby is always different,” Rodrygo said. “This one was even more special because of everything that happened during the week, 

and we answered on the field.” The buildup to the first Madrid derby of the season had been surrounded by controversy over Vinícius’ dancing during his goal celebrations.

Vinícius, who is Black, had criticized racist language used by a television sports talk show guest about his dances. 

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