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Ridiculous goal celebrations, pundit bashing, and scoring in their first win against Liverpool at Anfield for over 22 years apart though, the Brazilian has also won over supporters with his actions away from the pitch.
From work with charity Everton In The Community, to his efforts to learn English seemingly mostly so he can hit back at haters online, the striker has proven a big hit.
His latest moment has come as a young fan went to see the 23-year-old's house on Wednesday. Richarlison saw the youngster from his window and told him: "wait I'm bringing him a shirt."
Cue some excellent pictures of Richarlison making the supporter's whole year, also signing the jersey.
While Richarlison may not have thought through the fact that he may get kids lining the block to get a shirt off him now, the gesture will clearly be much appreciated by supporters.
Rosemary Campbell, the boy's mother, told the Liverpool Echo: "We went to Crosby beach for a walk. Charlie is a huge Everton fan and he idolises Richarlison. We took a walk down the road so Charlie could see Richarlison's home.
:flag_br:"Then there was the derby now, at their home, he didn't look at my face, I didn't look at him, either. The game goes on. He ignored the pigeon." - Richarlison- The Toffee Blues (@EvertonNewsFeed) March 30, 2021
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"Richarlison happened to be at the window of the house waving to my son.
He then realised my son was so happy to see him, and he told us to wait
there so he could bring him a shirt.
"He then brought him a shirt out of the house and signed it for him while my son held it. He was happy for me to take photographs of him and my son. He was so kind and genuine and made my son so happy.
"I feel like this is the kind of spirit everyone needs to hear at the moment. I thought it could bring a smile to people's faces."
Richarlison trying to order pizza has made my day. His Brazilian friend, "Man, winning the premier league is easier than ordering pizzas." :flag_br: https://t.co/bJPJUAiXrd
- Andrew Downie (@adowniebrazil) March 30, 2021
Richarlison will now be looking ahead to Everton's next match against Crystal Palace this Monday, where the Toffees will be wanting to bounce back from three consecutive defeats agaisnt Chelsea, Burnley, and Manchester City.
The Merseyside oufit currently lie in eighth place in the Premier League, but are just five points off fourth-placed Chelsea with a game in hand - so will still have hopes for European qualification if they can turn their form around.
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