Born in 2007, Lamine Yamal made his debut for FC Barcelona in the 86th minute against Real Betis. The young winger became the youngest debutant in the history of the Pride of Catalonia.
There is no doubt that Saturday’s match between Barcelona and Real Betis will be remembered by fans of the first team.
Xavi’s players confidently beat the sixth team in the La Liga table 4: 0, not giving them any chances on the field. Most importantly, Robert Lewandowski did well, netting a goal in the 36th minute of the competition. This is the second consecutive league goal for the pole.
In addition, he entered the field after a long absence due to the injury of Ousmane Dembele. However, the biggest hero in the meeting was someone else.
15-year-old Lamine Yamal is back in the Pride of Catalonia squad. The young winger could have made his debut against Atletico Madrid, but he didn’t get that chance. This only came in the match against Betis.
The left-footed jewel appeared on the field in the 86th minute, replacing Jaffe. Yamal even put on some successful plays, including a beautiful pass to Dembélé.
The teenager made history by becoming the youngest debutant in FC Barcelona’s history. A competitor of Guinean descent has been beating the Armand Martínez Saga feat since 1922.
On the other hand, the club’s league record was held by Vicinc Martínez for 82 years. The left-back made his league debut against Real Madrid when he was 16 years, nine months and seven days old. The list does not include Albert Almaschi and Paulino Alcantara, who made their debuts in Catalan competitions.
Yamal started his football journey at the age of 15 years, nine months and 16 days.
¡QUÉ BOLA DE LAMINE YAMAL (2007)!pic.twitter.com/OG2Aw63E6p
– Football Report (FootballReprt) April 29, 2023
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