16-year-old Ramin Yamal breaks La Liga’s youngest goal scoring record…Barca draws 2-2

16-year-old Ramin Yamal breaks La Liga’s youngest goal scoring record…Barca draws 2-2

FC Barcelona’s 16-year-old ‘prodigy’ Ramin Yamal broke the Spanish La Liga record for youngest goal scorer.

Ramin Yamal scored a goal in the first minute of extra time in the first half of the 9th round of the 2023-2024 Spanish La Liga away game against Granada on the 8th (local time), and FC Barcelona drew 2-2.

On this day, Yamal scored with a left-footed shot after Joao Felix’s shot was blocked. On this day, he was 16 years and 87 days old (born July 13, 2007).

Meanwhile, the record for the youngest goal in La Liga was held by Fabrice Olinga (Malaga), who scored against Celta Vigo in 2012 at the age of 16 years and 98 days.

Yamal has appeared in all nine La Liga games this season, starting five of them, including his last two. He was born to a Moroccan father and a Guinean mother, and is a graduate of the Barça academy. From the age of five he played ball for Barça.

On this day, Barça faced Granada and conceded a goal to Brian Zaragoza in just 17 seconds of the game, and were taken away by conceding a goal to him in the 29th minute of the first half.

Sergi Lovetto equalized the score at 2-2 in the 40th minute of the second half. Granada|AFP Yonhap News

However, following Ramin Yamal’s chase goal, Sergi Roberto’s goal in the 40th minute of the second half barely resulted in a draw. Roberto came on as a substitute for Fermin Lopez in the 16th minute of the second half and saved the team from the brink of defeat.

Joao Felix scored a goal in extra time in the second half, but the goal was invalidated after a video review (VAR) revealed an offside foul on Ferran Torres.토토사이트

Barça recorded 6 wins, 3 draws (21 points) and ranked 3rd after Real Madrid (8 wins, 1 loss, 24 points) and Girona (7 wins, 1 draw, 1 loss, 22 points).

Barça coach Xavi Hernández used a 4-3-3 tactic on this day, including Joao Felix, Ferran Torres, and Ramin Yamal at the forefront of the attack.

Barça dominated the game with an 80.8% possession rate and had a large lead in the number of shots fired, 22-7 (effective 10-2), but was blocked by Granada goalkeeper Andre Pereira, who made 8 saves.


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