Lamine Yamal Barcelona

Unbelievably, despite being just 16-year-old. Lamine Yamal continues to make headlines for both club and country, as he was on fire on Tuesday against Cyprus.

The Spanish youngster dazzled impressively for Barcelona before the international break. At the same time, he has single-handedly won games for the Spanish national team this month.

After the presence of Pablo Gavi and Pedri González. The Culers have laid their hands on another gem at the club, as the player continues to make waves under Xavi Hernández.

Despite the departures of Ousmane Dembélé and Ansu Fati. Barcelona have enough confidence in Lamine Yamal, considering his dribbling prowess and creativity.

The Spaniard completed 4 dribbles and made 3 key passes against Cyprus in the first-half. He’s literally one of the most dangerous young attackers in the world of football this season.

Lamine Yamal stats vs Cyprus 

61 Minutes played
61 Touches
0.40 expected assists
39/43 Passes
2 Crosses
3 Chances created
3 Shots
Hit the woodwork once
4 Dribbles (Most)
1 Ball recovery
4/6 Ground duels won

At the age of 16, the Spanish youngster has already established himself in the first-team. In all fairness, he’s now an important player for Barcelona and the Spanish national team.

Obviously, Yamal is close to signing his contract extension with the La Liga side. He’s most likely to sign a 7-year contract extension with the club until June 2030.

Lamine has already gotten a badge from the Spanish Federation for making his debut. Apparently, he’s most likely to help the team’s performance in all competitions this campaign.

Meanwhile, the 16-year-old Spaniard has already set some records in the world of football. It’s actually unbelievable because of his age, regardless of his attacking prowess.

What are the 9 records set by Lamine Yamal? 

1. Youngest debutant at Barcelona

Lamine made his debut with the La Liga side at the age of 16 and 280 days. As a result, he smashed Vicenç Martínez Alama’s record (15 years and 290 days).

At the moment, the 16-year-old Spaniard remains the Culers youngest debutant. And he’s most likely to hold the record for many years at the club.

2. Youngest debutant with Barca Atletic

Actually, Yamal set this particular record before joining the club’s first-team. He holds the record for the youngest debutant with Barca Atletic, the club’s academy.

The Spaniard created the record at the age of 15 and 297 days against Eldense. He took over Alejandro Grimaldo’s record, who created it at 15 years and 349 days.

3. Youngest La Liga Champion

It’s unbelievable to know that Lamine Yamal is a La Liga champion at the age of 15. And he remains the youngest player to make it happen at the club.

The 16-year-old Spaniard won the league title with Barcelona last season. He smashed Marc Muniesa’s record, who set the record at the age of 17 and days.

4. Youngest La Liga starter in the 21st century

Lamine started his first league game against Cadiz, making it happen at the age of 16 and 38 days. He took over Fabrice Olinga’s feat at the age of 16 and 112 days.

Of course, Xavi Hernández’s won 2-0 over Cadiz. And the 16-year-old Spaniard played 84 minutes, causing havoc and destroying Cadiz’s defenders at the back.

Lamine Yamal Barcelona

5. Youngest assister in La Liga in the 21st century

The Spanish youngster was on fire against Villarreal in La Liga this season. He single-handedly buried the opponent’s players, showing off his playmaking skills on the pitch.

Lamine now holds the record for the player to register and assist in La Liga this century. He made it happen at 16 years and 311 days this campaign.

6. Youngest debutant for Spain

Lamine Yamal broke his teammates records during the ongoing international break. He became the youngest debutant for the Spanish national team at 16 years and 45 days.

He took over Pablo Gavi, who set the record at 17 years and 62 days. The Barcelona gem made his debut against Georgia, which ended in a 7-0 victory.

7. Youngest goal-scorer for Spain

At the age of 16 and 57 days, the Spanish winger became the youngest goal-scorer for Spain. He was on the scoresheet against Georgia in their 7-0 victory in the Euro qualifiers.

Also, he surpassed Pablo Gavi’s record, who created the record at 17 years and 304 days. Lamine has now taken over at least two records from Pablo Gavi.

8. Youngest goal-scorer in Euro qualifiers

As regards his goal against Georgia in the ongoing international break. Lamine Yamal became the youngest player to score in the European Championship qualifier (16 years and 57 days).

As a result, he broke Gareth Bale’s record, who set the feat at 17 years and 83 days. Apparently, the 16-year-old Spaniard is a player with a high ceiling in the world of football.

9. Youngest starter for Spain

Having started against Cyprus on Tuesday. Yamal became the youngest player to start an international game for Spain at the age of 16 and 61 days.

With the presence of Pedri González and Pablo Gavi. Lamine is most likely to keep making waves for Spain and Barcelona.

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