Who are the young promises of the Euro Cup? | Lamine Yamal, Spain’s weapon for Euro 2024

Who are the young promises of the Euro Cup? | Lamine Yamal, Spain’s weapon for Euro 2024
Who are the young promises of the Euro Cup? | Lamine Yamal, Spain’s weapon for Euro 2024

Saturday, June 15, 2024, 16:46





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Lamine Yamal (Esplugas de Llobregat, Barcelona, ​​16 years old) plays as a forward for FC Barcelona. He grew up in La Masía, where he soon showed himself to be one of the academy’s best prospects. Even without having a professional contract with the club, he was one of the youth players who most impressed Xavi who called him to train with the first team in September 2022.

Last season he became the youngest player to wear the Blaugrana colors. This season he has not stopped breaking historical records in all the competitions he has competed in. At only 16 years old, he has scored seven goals and seven assists in 49 games in his first year as a professional. A left-handed winger with great dribbling, passing and goal skills who can occupy several positions in the attacking zone, mainly the right wing.

In September 2023 he became the youngest player to wear the Spain shirt in his debut against Georgia in which he scored his first international goal. In the few games he has played, he is indisputable for the coach. Lamine is the most different player that Spain has. A forward-facing wing player, capable of coming out from both sides and with brutal precision in his passing and shooting.

Spain is playing the Euro Cup for the eighth consecutive time. It has been present in eleven of the sixteen editions that have been held. She has been champion in three and runner-up in another. If the Spanish National Team conquers the German lands, it will become the country that has won the Euro Cup the most times.

 
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