Lamine Yamal, the youngest player in the history of the Euro Cup: who holds the record in the Copa América? :: Olé Ecuador

Lamine Yamal, the youngest player in the history of the Euro Cup: who holds the record in the Copa América? :: Olé Ecuador
Lamine Yamal, the youngest player in the history of the Euro Cup: who holds the record in the Copa América? :: Olé Ecuador

06/15/2024 4:41 p.m.

In the match that ended in a 3-0 victory for Spain against Croatia, a historic event occurred that marks precedents in modern football: At 16 years, 11 months and 2 days, Lamine Yamal became the youngest player to debut in this competition. Awesome.

The jewel of Barcelona, ​​who provided an assist and was very involved in the debut of the Spanish team, fHe started and grabbed everyone’s attention after breaking the record of Polish player Kacper Kozlowski. He didn’t mind the game at all and was one of the figures in Luis De la Fuente’s team.

Until now, Kozlowski had held this mark since Euro 2021, where he played at the age of 17 years and 246 days in a match in La Cartuja, Seville, against the Spanish team. However, this Saturday Lamine kept the record and was “the” man of the day.

Now, making a kind of parallel with the Copa América, who has said mark in the competition that will be held in the United States? Lorenzo Pacheco, from Peru, who made his debut in the 1935 contest when he was only 15 years, five months and 16 days old. Tremendous.

Lamine provided an assist against Croatia.

Who is the youngest debut in Ecuador’s history in a Copa América?

Regarding La Tri, the youngest player to play in a Copa América was the historic Álex Aguinaga, who played in the 1987 edition at the age of 17 years, 11 months and 25 days. However, This record could be dethroned by a certain Kendry Páez, who, if he adds minutes against Venezuela in his debut, would do so at 17 years, one month and 18 days.

Kendry could be the youngest to debut with La Tri in a Copa América.

Spain’s 3-0 win over Croatia

 
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