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Java Introduction to Scala Higher Order Functions Function Parameters

Could you please explain the way the wildcards work in the bestRanked calculation with the min function?

val bestRanked = compare(ironManR, blackWidR, captAmerR, scarWitch, _ min _ min _)

I don't understand how min is being called for all 3 integers this notation since min only takes two arguments and it's being called twice here with three wildcards.