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Story of the Day: Youngest European player to do his homework

Story of the Day: Youngest European player to do his homework
Story of the Day: Youngest European player to do his homework

These days, the European Football Championship has started in Germany, which will last until July 14 (we wrote here why you shouldn’t miss it). Catch another reason!

16-year-old Lamin Yamal is the youngest football player in European history. The young star played his first match against Croatia on behalf of Spain. He was 16 years and 338 days old when he was released. The man is still at school.

Lamin Yamal. Photo: Getty Images

“I brought my homework because I completed compulsory secondary education, I have online classes, I am a good student. “I hope my teacher doesn’t put me down,” he joked.

Lamin Yamal. A frame from the official YouTube channel of the Spanish national team

Another Euro day passed yesterday. There was also a record in the Türkiye-Georgia match. Opta writes that Turkish midfielder Arda Güler is the youngest player in history to score a goal on his debut in the European Football Championship. He is currently 19 years and 114 days old. Previously, this title belonged to Cristiano Ronaldo. The Portuguese football player scored a goal for Greece in 2004, at the age of 19 years and 128 days.

Source: People Talk

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