Barcelona striker Ramin Yamal, born in 2007, challenges the stronghold of Lionel Messi (36). 

Barcelona won 4-0 in the 32nd round home match against Betis at Camp Nou in Barcelona, ​​Spain on the 30th (Korean time). With this match, Barcelona accumulated 79 points and moved one step closer to winning La Liga.

Barcelona showed off a player that was as meaningful as the complete victory on the day. In the 38th minute of the second half, coach Xavi Hernandez replaced Pablo Gaby with Ramin Yamal, who wore number 41, on the pitch. Coach Xabi seemed to be giving Yamal detailed tactical instructions before joining. 

Yamal became the youngest player ever to play for Barcelona. The previous record was 15 years and 335 days, set by Armand Martinez in 1992, but was replaced by Yamal at 15 years and 292 days. 

A native of Barcelona’s youth, Yamal recently received a first-team call-up at the youngest age in Barcelona’s history, putting his record in front of his eyes. Yamal became the second player after Ansu Fati to join the first team without playing for the Barcelona B team. Yamal sat on the bench one after another against Atletico Madrid on the 23rd and against Rayo Vallecano on the 27th, but could not play. 

Expectations are rising as to whether Yamal, who has a youthful appearance, will succeed Messi as he participates in the game. Dangdan Yamal beat Barcelona legend Messi’s first-team debut at the age of 17 years and 84 days by more than a year. 크크크벳

Yamal also fired a shot that day. When the opponent’s defense controlled the ball a little longer in the box, he instantly took the ball away and fired a left-footed shot. Although it was blocked by the goalkeeper, his agile appearance was impressive. He also stabbed a roving pass in succession toward Usman Dembele and Marcos Alonso, who had fallen in front of the goal.

Had Yamal scored, he could have broken Partey’s record for becoming the youngest player in Barcelona’s history. Partey scored a goal in 2019 at the age of 16 years and 304 days. The chance for Yamal to break this record is still alive. /

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