Richarlison celebrates winning his controversial penalty against Arsenal, Reuters
CAIRO – 20 October 2017: Watford Winger, Richarlison de Andrade revealed his feelings ahead of the tough game against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge in London.
“I remember when I was growing up in Brazil; a guy once pointed a gun at my face because he thought I was a drug dealer trying to steal his distribution point, that was my life. After that, playing Chelsea seems much easier!" Richarlison spoke during an interview with the Guardian.
Richarlison, born in Novo Venecia, is playing in Europe for the first time as he joined Watford this summer from the Brazilian club Fluminense.
Richarlison, 20, added “that sort of thing was natural in my life, so I was not scared at all. It was a pretty rough area: I saw drugs in front of me every day and gunshots as well."
Richarlison has an amazing start with his new club, Watford scoring three goals in the Premier League to lead Watford to fourth place with 15 points.
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