Lamine Yamal has become the youngest goal scorer for Spanish National football team, after becoming the youngest ever debutant for ‘La Roja’ as he was put on the field on 43rd minute, thus setting two glorious records in a single day. He snatched these records from his Barcelona teammate Gavi, who was the torchbearer of this milestone before the game.
Lamine Yamal creates history
Lamine Yamal has been the talk of the town over the last few days in Spain, Having made his official senior debut at 15 years for the Catalan giants FC Barcelona last season, when Xavi summoned him on the field, becoming the youngest ever to play for Barca in a century, he has never looked back since then. He has been on top form this season, and has become the youngest starter for Barca, at 16 years, thus setting records in the club stage. With Raphinha suspended, Xavi has asked Yamal to shoulder the responsibility of a potent winger, with the job of assisting Lewandowski in each games. But Lamine showcased his masterclasses in the opportunities he was given, proving his mettle in each game, with sumptuous assists and eye-catching dribbles, thus indicating his La Masia blood.
Owing to his string of exceptional performances for FC Barcelona, he was called up to represent the National Team by Luis De La Fuente, and was slated to become the youngest debutant. Last night, he set a milestone when he was called off the bench on the 43rd minute, thus becoming the youngest ever player to debut for Spain, overtaking his La Masia seniors Ansu Fati and Gavi. He has landed into the history books owing to his exceptional prowess with tactical finesse of controlling the ball with ease.
He scores too!
Lamine not only debuted for Spain, he also went on to score a fantastic goal, thus becoming the youngest ever to enter in to the scoresheet for La Roja. Fans at Barcelona has seen what his playing prowess ranges from, with fantastic dribbles that helps him breezing past from his opponents with sheer pace, to outsmarting opponent defenders with his world class skills. Last night, it was time for Spanish fans to see what Yamal was made of, as they cheered his debut on the 43rd minute.
Furthermore, within 30 minutes of his introduction on the field, Yamal found the back of the net, on the 73rd minute, as Spain was looking ways for mauling Georgia in the first fixture of UEFA Euro Qualifiers, increasing the score tally by 7-1. With this goal, the Barcelona starlet becomes the youngest ever star to pull of this incredible feat, thus indicating the La Masia blood within him, which can help one to make memorable records.
After scoring last night, Yamal has snatched the staggering record of being the youngest goal scorer for La Roja from his Barcelona teammate Gavi, who was on the history books till last game, before Yamal broke his record. Previously, this record was created by another La Masia wonderkid Ansu Fati, who made his debut three years ago, owing to some masterclasses in the Catalan shirt, garnering himself the legendary no.10 shirt, and is now plying his trade with Premier League giants Brighton and Hove Albion.
Made in La Masia!