Richarlison hails Everton frontline
Everton ace Richarlison has hailed the attacking prowess the club has and claims they can reach great heights if they stick together.
The Brazilian international, who is expected to face the Czech Republic on Tuesday and win his eighth cap, says if the squad can keep their attacking players then they will be able to push on and a reach a high level.
The former Watford forward has struck up a good relationship with Gylfi Sigurdsson, Bernard and Dominic Calvert-Lewin and he believes they will get better and better the longer they play together.
“It is very important to have so many strong attacking players,” Richarlison told evertonfc.com.
“We are a group that wants to reach a very high level together.
“It is vital to have players who, during a match, can pull off something – a trick, a piece of skill, a bit of genius – which can decide the game. And we have those players at Everton."
Meanwhile Richarlison is looking to impress for the Brazilian's.
“I am motivated to play at a level which helps Everton and keeps me in the Brazil squad.
“It is a big responsibility to play for Brazil. But I know how to deal with it.
“I feel at home and very happy with the national team.
“Even with the responsibility, I am very proud I can go and be in that environment.”
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