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192 points in one single game! This is an exceptional record set by Nice midfielder Carlos Eduardo who was the main man during the game at Guingamp (2-7). His achievement is even more impressive since the previous record was only 151 points set by Southampton's Dusan Tadic - only one week ago! But who is this player who is still very much unknown to the general public?
The 25-year-old Brazilian from Ribeirão Preto had started his professional career at Desportivo Brasil who had loaned him to three different clubs (Ituano, Fluminense and Gremio Prudente). Then, like many Seleção players his first pick in Europe was Portugal but he did not directly land at Porto or Benfica. He spent one year on a loan at Estoril who offered him a permanent deal for the 2012-13 season. He scored 5 goals in 65 appearances for the club which is relatively close to Lisbon.
After a very good 2012-13 season with Estoril, he then joined Porto where he found himself in fierce competition with other international players. Despite the competitive environment, he finished the season, playing over 30 matches. However, the club decided to loan him out and at the beginning of this summer he ended up at OGC Nice. Before Sunday's game against Guingamp at Stade du Roudourou he took part in six matches but did not really shine. He found the net only once (against Monaco) and earned a total 19 Oulala points.
But on Sunday he exploded and caused a real nightmare to Guingamp goalkeeper Jonas Lössl (-51 points). He scored 5 goals (yes 5!) and became the first Nice player after ten years in the league to manage to score a hat-trick. Eduardo fell two short of the individual record for a Ligue 1 game, achieved by Sochaux's Andre Abegglen and Rouen's Jean Nicolas in the 1930s.
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