England 0-1 Brazil LIVE REACTION: Three Lions lose at Wembley for first time since 2020 after Endrick scores late winner


England were beaten 1-0 by Brazil thanks to a late winner from Endrick at Wembley. 

The Three Lions tasted defeat in the first of their final four friendlies before Euro 2024 after the 17-year-old tapped home his first goal for his country. 

Endrick inflicted England's first defeat at Wembley since 2020


Endrick inflicted England’s first defeat at Wembley since 2020Credit: Getty

Vinicius Jr. was played through one-on-one with Jordan Pickford before the Everton goalkeeper saved well, only to see the ball drop to another Brazil shirt. 

Gareth Southgate’s side were unable to find a goal back and they were left disappointed, being beaten for the first time since the World Cup quarter-finals. 

Ollie Watkins had England’s best chance of the first half but he fired over the bar from only six yards out. 

And it was West Ham’s Lucas Paqueta who had Brazil’s best opportunity, striking the post from just inside the box. 

After the break, the tempo of the game seemed to fizzle out and chances dried up. 

John Stones fired wide from range for the hosts before Paqueta whipped an effort just past the post as he cut in onto his left foot. 

Just as the game seemed to be going in England’s favour, they were then caught on the break with Vinicius. 

His shot was saved before it fell to Endrick and the starlet became the youngest-ever goalscorer at Wembley. 

Southgate watched his England side fall to a rare home loss


Southgate watched his England side fall to a rare home lossCredit: AFP

That strike meant Southgate’s men fell to defeat at home for the first time since 2020.

To make matters worse, Kyle Walker also picked up an injury that forced him off which will concern both England and Manchester City.

See our live blog below for how all the action unfolded at Wembley…

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    That’s all for our live coverage of England’s defeat to Brazil.

    The Three Lions were beaten at Wembley for the first time in four years after Endrick’s late winner.

    Gareth Southgate’s side couldn’t find a breakthrough before the 17-year-old tapped in to win it for Selecao.

    After a rare loss at home, Southgate will now have to assess his squad ahead of their clash with Belgium next week.

    You can read more reaction to the game below…

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    Gareth Southgate has given some more thoughts on England’s 1-0 loss to Brazil tonight.

    He said: “We played from the back really well. I am happy with a lot of that performance.

    “[Watkins and Gordon were] very good. Anthony was excellent both sides of his game.

    “With 15 minutes to go there were lots of changes and I think at the point the crowd were really pleased with the performance.

    “Of course when you lose the game it turns negative but we have to keep the context with that.”

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    Gordon’s fellow England debutant Ezri Konsa has also spoken about tonight’s defeat to Brazil.

    “Definitely worth the wait and it’s a dream come true – a proud moment,” Konsa said.

    “I wasn’t expecting to come on that early, but I enjoyed every moment of it.

    “I thought we were the better team and dominated the ball, but we couldn’t score a goal.”

    “I am sure the other boys don’t like losing. It is never a nice feeling and we wanted to win, but we didn’t do that.

    “It’s a mixture of feelings but hopefully I can look back on tonight and see that I have made my debut for England.

    “It is crazy if someone told me it years ago I would have said you were lying.”

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    Anthony Gordon has described what it was like to make his England debut at Wembley this evening.

    “Tonight was the best day of my life,” Gordon told BBC Radio 5 Live.

    “I envisioned it a bit different with a win and a goal. I thought we were the better team but we lacked that cutting edge that they had at the end.

    “This is my long-term dream I have had. To achieve it means everything to me.

    “I haven’t just envisioned it in the last couple of years, I have imagined it in the garden [as a kid] recreating Rooney and Gerrard’s goals – it’s just an amazing moment.

    “We have to find a way of killing teams and putting them to the sword when we get the chance.”

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    Some more bad news for England following a 1-0 loss…

    Harry Kane will be leaving the squad for treatment on his injury.

    The Three Lions skipper won’t be playing against Belgium.

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    Gareth Southgate has reacted to England’s defeat tonight.

    He told Channel 4: “There were lots of very good performances.

    “It is a top level game and we have controlled long parts of it.

    “We had as many attempts as them on goal but in the end, it is that ruthless moment that decides the game.

    “We’ve had a lot of players go on, a couple of debuts and some really important individual performances for us.”

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    At 17 years and 246 days, Endrick is the youngest ever male player to score a senior international career goal at Wembley Stadium.

    He is also the youngest player to score for Brazil since the iconic Ronaldo in 1994.

    The teenager is destined to be a star!

    Credit: Getty
  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    Aside from the loss, Kyle Walker’s injury will be a concern for England and Manchester City.

    The right-back was substituted after picking up a knock in the first half and went straight down the tunnel.

    Gareth Southgate has given an update on Walker’s condition post-match.

    He said: “We don’t know yet, he’s feeling something.

    “He’s not a player that is injured often so he’s not quite sure what it is.

    “We’ll have to assess him over the next few days.”

    Credit: AFP
  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    Gareth Southgate will have learnt a lot about his team tonight.

    England have not tasted defeat since the World Cup quarter-finals.

    It could prove to be a very valuable lesson for the Three Lions ahead of the Euros this summer.

  • England 0-1 Brazil: REACTION

    England have lost at Wembley for the first time since 2020.

    It’s Endrick’s first goal for Brazil that has won it for the visitors.

    The 17-year-old will remember that moment forever!

    Credit: Getty
    Credit: Getty
  • England 0-1 Brazil: FULL TIME

    It’s all over at Wembley!

    Brazil have beaten England 1-0 thanks to Endrick’s first goal for his country.

    The Three Lions had chances but it was their fragility at the back that cost them in a thrilling friendly.

    Gareth Southgate’s side have lost at home for the first time since 2020…

  • England 0-1 Brazil

    90+3′ Rashford misses a header at the back post!

    That could be that for England.

    It seems Danilo got a crucial touch to deny him.

  • England 0-1 Brazil

    90+2′ England look beaten here.

    Brazil are sat back and they’re trying to break them down.

    Time is running out at Wembley…

  • England 0-1 Brazil

    90′ We’re into four added minutes.

    Brazil have made a double change.

    Maia and Bremer come on for Vinicius Jr. and Wendell.

  • England 0-1 Brazil

    87′ Should this performance concern England ahead of the Euros?

    Southgate will have learnt a lot about his side tonight.

    Stuart Pearce live on talkSPORT: “England should have been more dynamic going forward.

    “And defensively we have to tighten up because Brazil looked as though they can come forward too easily.”

  • England 0-1 Brazil

    85′ England have it all to do now.

    They were on top but have been caught on the break and are now behind at Wembley.

    Can they grab a late equaliser?

  • England 0-1 Brazil

    82′ Vinicius is played clean through for Brazil.

    His effort is then saved well by an onrushing Pickford but the ball falls to Endrick who taps home!

    There was a VAR check for an offside but the goal stands!

  • GOAL! England 0-1 Brazil: Endrick




  • England 0-0 Brazil

    78′ England are on top at the moment.

    The Three Lions have had all the ball and are probing for a winner.

    Brazil look happy to sit back and wait for a counter.

  • England 0-0 Brazil

    76′ England make a double change.

    And it’s a debut for Mainoo! What a moment for the 18-year-old!

    He comes on for Gallagher as Gordon is replaced by Rashford.

  • England 0-0 Brazil

    74′ Watkins does well down the right.

    The striker stands up Bruno after receiving the ball from Gordon before trying to find Foden with a low cross.

    Stuart Pearce live on talkSPORT: “Watkins has been steady.

    “If we were talking about Kane, he’d have had a similar amount of touches as Watkins has had.”

  • England 0-0 Brazil

    72′ Fulham’s Pereira is on for Brazil.

    He has replaced Paqueta while Rodrygo also comes off.

    It’s 17-year-old sensation Endrick on in his place and he received a huge cheers from the away fans!

  • England 0-0 Brazil

    70′ Gallagher goes down in the box!

    There are some big claims for a penalty from the crowd but the referee confidently waves them away!

    It seems the Chelsea midfielder went down easily…

  • England 0-0 Brazil

    68′ Time is ticking for an opener here.

    Gomez has slotted in at left-back with Foden playing central to allow Bowen to take his place on the right.

    Can England find a winner? Or will Brazil strike at Wembley?

  • England 0-0 Brazil

    66′ England make a triple change.

    Dunk, Gomez and Bowen come on for the Three Lions.

    It’s Bellingham, Chilwell and Maguire who are replaced.



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