Sep 14, 2021 at 17:21

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Eduardo Camavinga already knows what it is to play and score with the Real Madrid shirt at last Sunday’s premiere. The French midfielder played the last thirty minutes of the match played at the Santiago Bernabéu against Celta de Vigo and he scored his first goal, a debut reminiscent of galacticos like Ronaldo, Beckham or Cristiano who also scored on his first day in white.

After a good move from Modric, Camavinga took advantage of the rejection to debut at the Bernabéu. Camavinga, with 25 on the shirt, raised the applause of his new audience moments before entering the field of play in one of the most promising signings in the European market. The Frenchman, who arrived the last day before closing, is one of the few novelties that Ancelotti’s team has for this season.

More likely than Casemiro

It is curious to see how his scoring record has not been much less his hallmark in his short career as a footballer. However, according to Betfair forecasts that Camavinga scores is paid at € 4 per euro bet, improving the omens of a player with more goals and stripes such as Casemiro. For Casemiro to score, he pays double, at € 8 per euro bet to score at any time during the match against Inter. Casemiro scored up to 6 league goals last season, his best record in the national championship since he was a Madrid player.

Before arriving at Real Madrid, Camavinga had played six games with Rennes and two with France’s under-21s. Against Celta he played his first minutes and the intention of the Italian coach is that little by little he will gain importance within the team to help in the three competitions.

Confidence in exploiting his scoring version

According to many analysts, Camavinga’s scoring side is about to explode and he already scored four goals in his first season as a Rennes youth squad at just 15 years old. In France, he has scored one league goal per season and it is striking that he has already equaled this figure within half an hour of playing in Spain. Other players such as Alaba, Lucas Vázquez, Isco or Fede Valverde have higher odds, and therefore, generate less confidence in bettors in the Champions League debut.