Carlos Henrique Casemiro is generally called as Casemiro who is Brazilian Football player & currently playing for Spanish Club Real Madrid. The player is recently signed by The Vikings for which he currently playing. Before Real Madrid, he was playing for Brazilian club Sao Paulo where he scored 6 goals after playing 62 matches. Here is the complete biography of Casemiro with Football clubs & Awards in detail.
Biography of Casemiro
Casemiro was born in Sao Jose dos Campos, a city of state Sao Paulo, Brazil. He was born in 23 February 1992 & started playing football right from his childhood. At the age of only 11 years, he was selected for Sao Paulo junior team & was the captain of his football team.
He played 3 national matches for Brazil Under 17 football team. Thereafter he was also player of Brazil U20 team & scored 3 goals after playing total of 15 games. In the year of 2011, Brazil Football federation signed him as international player & he has played 5 matches for Brazil.
He is a center Midfielder footballer who is known for playing versatile game. He also shows aggressive nature in tough games & is called as a long range shooter & makes great assists. He is also known as good defender.
Carlos Henrique Casemiro Football Clubs
In the year of 2010, Casemiro begun his professional football club career & made his debut in Brazil football club Sao Paulo. He scored his first goal for his club against Cruzeiro. While playing for this club he scored 6 goals with 62 appearances.
In 2013, World Richest Football club Real Madrid signed him on loan for which he is currently playing. The Spanish club has signed him for 4 years & he will play next four season for this club. On 20 April 2013, he made his debut for Real Madrid against Real Betis. The Vikings won that match with goal score of 3–1. Now he is playing with one of the best football Cristiano Ronaldo.
Casemiro Awards With Wallpapers
- Copa Sudamericana
- Sao Paulo U15 State Championship : 2007
- Club U17 World Cup Championship : 2008
- Copa Sao Paulo de Juniores : 2010
- South American Youth Championship : 2011
- FIFA U20 World Cup : 2011
- Supercalsico de las Americas : 2011