Who is Romário Baró, World's Up-and-coming Footballers
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Who is Romário Baró?
Romário Baró is 20-years-old, born on 25 January 2000, and is a right-footed professional football player from Portugal. Born in Bissau, Romário Baró has also played in UEFA Youth League for Porto U19 and in Liga2 Cabovisão for FC Porto B. He currently plays as a Forward (Centre), Midfielder (Right) in Primeira Liga for club Porto.
Personal information Romário Baró
First name Romário Manuel
Last name Silva Baró
Date of birth 25 January 2000
Country of birth Guinea-Bissau
Place of birth Bissau
Height 180 cm
Weight 66 kg
Club Career Romário Baró
Born in Bissau in Guinea-Bissau, Baró played in Sporting CP's youth teams before joining FC Porto in 2014. He made his professional debut for the reserves in LigaPro on 21 January 2018, playing the last three minutes of a 1–1 home draw against F.C. Arouca as a substitute for Rui Moreira. He made ten appearances over the season and scored once, to open a 3–0 win over S.C. Covilhã on 18 March, also at the Estádio Dr Jorge Sampaio.
In the 2018–19 UEFA Youth League, Baró scored six goals in ten appearances as Porto won the title. In the final, he assisted Afonso Sousa for the last goal of a 3–1 win over Chelsea in Nyon, Switzerland. With the B-team in the second division, he scored four goals in 28 games over the season and was sent off for dissent on 1 September 2018 in a 2–1 home win over Académico de Viseu FC.
|Romário Baró played in the 2018–19 UEFA Youth League. Photo: BeSoccer|
What are Romário Baró's last performances?
One of his best performances from last period was the match against Gil Vicente, played on 28 January 2020 in Primeira Liga (Regular Season). Romário Baró received a match rating from FC of 7.5 for his performance and Porto won the match with a score of 2-1. The Forward (Centre), Midfielder (Right) had 1 assist.
Other exemplary match performances of Romário Baró in this period were:
• Acad. Viseu - Porto (1-1), played on 04 February 2020 for the Taça de Portugal (Semi-finals). He received a match rating of 6.9.
• Vitória FC - Porto (0-4), played on 01 February 2020 for the Primeira Liga (Regular Season). He received a match rating of 6.5.
One of his least good performances was the match against Rio Ave, played on 07 March 2020 in Primeira Liga (Regular Season). Romário Baró received a match rating from FC of 5.8 for his performance and the match ended with a score of 1-1, as cited by Football Critic.
Romário Baró, the ‘dragon’ that takes notice of Zidane
Romário Baró is a midfielder. Sometimes marked as ‘Box to box’ for its ability to cover much of the field of play, but actually not only that. He has already given time to see his football develop both at the base of the play and acting behind the point. Even also fallen on right-wing taking advantage of its virtues from that position.
|Romário Baró, the ‘dragon’ that takes notice of Zidane. Photo: SAPO Desporto.|
Having said all this, it can be asserted that he is a midfielder polyvalent and, given his youth, one thinks that he has yet to be defined as to be a specialist. A fact is similar to the process that Fede Valverde once went through, which they expected as a very different type of player than he is today, Sport Findings cites.
Due to his way of running, a bit of a runaway horse, one can fall into the error of thinking that he is a rough and unskilled footballer. Nothing could be further from the truth. In fact, with the ball on the feet repeatedly, even luxuries such as heels and different technical actions are allowed, sometimes too expensive for the gallery.
His presentation to the general public took place at the UEFA Youth League of the 2018/19 season. The one that conquered Porto, beating Chelsea 5-1 in the final and achieving a total of 6 goals throughout the tournament.
|Romário Baró he is undoubtedly a footballer to follow, who has practically forced Sergio Conceiçao to count on him despite the reluctance that the Portuguese coach sometimes shows when it comes to giving minutes to the youngest. But the real good guys break the door down like a Romário Baró that Porto has tied up until 2023. Their freedom costs 40 million euros, but soon they may not crave too many.|
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