Antony bought a brand-new Lamborghini to commemorate being named in Brazil World Cup squad.
In exactly one week, the Samba Boys’ World Cup will begin, and many experts believe they will win the title.
In preparation for his first World Cup appearance, Antony has discovered an extravagant method to celebrate his achievement.
On Instagram, the winger can be seen driving his stunning new Lamborghini Aventador, which is worth £337,000.
The automobile’s grey paint job is seen shimmering beneath the garage lights as Antony and the car salesperson are shown standing in front of the car.
Futballnews gathered that the 22-year-old football star had the car brought to his home, with the lambo coming out of a sizable van.
On video, he is also seen taking his first automobile ride and briefly doing a reverse.
At the end of August, Antony joined Man United for £85.5 million, and thus far, he has been well-liked by supporters.
He scored in his first few appearances, but an injury has kept him out of the last few games.
In the past few days, Antony has treated himself to more than just a new automobile. Last week, the Brazilian displayed a variety of fresh tattoos.
He will however be expecting to stay healthy and play a significant role for Brazil, who are going for their first World Cup victory since 2002.
The last four winners of the World Cup are European countries—Italy, Spain, Germany, and France. Hence, Antony’s Brazil will attempt to break the European dominance of the competition in Qatar.
Serbia is the first opponent for Brazil in the tournament.
After that, Brazil will continue their fight to break out of their difficult group by beating Switzerland and then Cameroon.
Poland National Team Escorted By F-16 Fighter Jets To Qatar
F-16 fighter jets followed the Poland national team as they traveled to Qatar for the World Cup.
On Sunday, the host nation will play Ecuador in the inaugural match of the international event.
Meanwhile, two air force planes flanked Poland’s star forward Robert Lewandowski and his teammates on Thursday as they attempted to lead their nation into the knockout rounds for the first time since 1986.
The two Polish residents’ deaths on a farm four miles from the Ukrainian border on Tuesday is what prompted the first-rate escort.
The two farmers who were killed when a missile struck them were the subject of an urgent NATO meeting.
But Poland’s president, Andrzej Duda, stated on Wednesday that the “unfortunate” incident was likely caused by a Ukrainian air defense missile.
The secretary general of NATO also made a suggestion that there was no evidence of a planned Russian attack.
However, the excellent defensive escort to the Polish border on the way to the Middle East continued despite this.
The national team’s Twitter page published the following: “We were escorted to the southern border of Poland by F16 planes!
“Thank you and greetings to the pilots!”
Ironically, because Russia was disqualified for invading Ukraine, the Poles gained a bye in their play-off semifinal despite finishing well behind England in qualification.
Only a home match against Sweden remained for them to win, and they duly defeated Zlatan Ibrahimovic and company 2-0 to get to the World Cup.
On Tuesday, they will face Mexico in their opening Group C matchup. On Saturday, November 26, Saudi Arabia await them afterward.
Then, when Czeslaw Michniewicz’s team plays tournament favorites Argentina, things are expected to get tricky for the Polish side as they hope to go beyond the group stage.