Roberto Firmino, born in Brazil in 1991, is a prominent professional footballer known for his versatility and skill. Firmino is renowned for his exceptional work rate, creativity, and ability to score crucial goals. Off the pitch, he is recognized for his charismatic personality and team spirit.
♠ Full Name: Roberto Firmino Barbosa de Oliveira
♠ Date of Birth: 2 October 1991( age 30)
♠ Place of Birth: Maceió, Brazil
♠ Height: 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)
♠ Positions: Foward, attacking midfielder
♠ Current Team: Liverpool
♠ His Parents: Roberto Firmino comes from a very poor family background, his parents are José Roberto Cordeiro (father) and Mariana Cícera Barbosa de Oliveira (mother). The player's mother said she woke up early on Sunday to go to Mass wearing the shirt Firmino wore on her first national performance.
♠ His Wife & Kids: Brazilian model Larisa Pereira is the lucky girl to win the heart of Roberto Firmino. In 2013, he met her at a popular Brazilian nightclub. The couple tied the knot in 2015, shortly after his arrival at Liverpool FC. The wedding took place in Firmino's hometown of Maceio, Brazil. It didn’t take long before the blessings of marriage came. Both couples witnessed the birth of their first child, whom they named Valentina Firmino. Later on, the couple had another daughter, whom they named Bella.
The Honors of Roberto Firmino
--UEFA Champions League: 2018–19 runner-up: 2017–18
--UEFA Super Cup: 2019]
--Football League Cup runner-up: 2015–16
--UEFA Europa Leaguerunner-up: 2015–16
--Copa América: 2019
--UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season: 2017–18
--Bundesliga Breakthrough of the Season: 2013–14
--Samba Gold: 2018
Experience of Roberto Firmino
When he was a child, his parents didn't allow him to go out alone because of concerns about his safety, and he couldn't get out of his parents' sight. But then his parents knew that keeping him at home would reduce his chances of success, so they figured out a way to get him trained. Roberto Firmino was picked by a German scout after a series of impressive performances for his Brazilian club. This left his family in great happiness.He moved thousands of miles from his home to Germany at the age of 16 to continue his career in Germany. As soon as he got the good news, he said; ‘My family will never have to work again.''
In 2009, he was promoted to the Figueirense first team. During his two years with the Brazilian club, he scored 8 goals in 38 appearances and managed to catch the attention of German side Hoffenheim.
Firmino signed for Hoffenheim in 2010, but only officially joined Hoffenheim on January 1, 2011, impressing then Germany coach Ernst Tanner.
His big break came in 2015 when Liverpool came for the Brazilian. Firmino desperately wants to play for his national team. On October 23, 2014, he received a call from the national football team to represent them against Turkey and Austria. In the opening game on November 12, Firmino came off the bench in the second half and played 17 minutes in the team's 4-0 win over Turkey. Six days later, he scored his first goal in a 2-1 win over Austria.
In May 2018, he was named in Tite's 23-man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. In May 2019, Firmino was named to Brazil's 23-man squad for the 2019 Copa America, and the team went on to win.
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