Lamine Yamal broke several records in Spain’s beating of Georgia [Video] | The USA Print

Lamine Yamal broke several records in Spain's beating of Georgia [Video]

Lamine Yamal broke several records in Spain's beating of Georgia [Video] | The USA Print

The Spanish team crushed Georgia seven goals to one with an exclusive protagonist of the duel, the young FC Barcelona player, Lamine Yamal, took over the scene completely.

Yamal went down in history for what, the earliest debut recorded in the Spanish team. But also because of how, since he added a magnificent bow to the milestone in the form of a goal. All this with just 16 years and 57 days of existence.

Yamal replaced Marco Asensio and became the youngest debutant in history in the Spanish team, at 16 years and 57 days to surpass the 16 years and 62 days with which Gavi debuted, who did so on October 6, 2021 against Italy .

As if that were not enough, the young Barça player joined the festival in a second half that started falsely, with a goal conceded by mistake by Unai Simón, before becoming a crushing performance again. In eight minutes Morata, Nico Williams… and Lamine Yamal, thus becoming a record holder twice, also being the youngest scorer in the history of the Spanish team.

This season will be special for Yamal. At the age of 15 he made his debut with Barcelona in the First Division, in LaLiga, months later he called his National Team and broke the mark of precocity. He chose to play with the red jacket and not do it for Morocco, the nation from which his father is a native, at the same time that he received the proposal to go to English Manchester City.

Yamal lived a dream

Spain’s debutant and youngest scorer in the 7-1 victory over Georgia in Tbilisi, said he was “living a dream.”

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“It’s like a dream, I’m living a dream, I’m very happy and I have to thank my teammates and the coach for giving me the confidence he has given me”Yamal, only 16 years old, told Spanish public television after the meeting.

“You can see the change in the rivals, but the passes that the teammates give are also of a very high level and that helps a lot too,” said Yamal, who declared himself happy to have chosen to play for Spain, despite the fact that he also had the option to play with Morocco.

“I think you can see that I am very satisfied with the decision, I am very happy. “I think it is going to be a very long road with Spain and I hope we win many things together.”he concluded.

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