He was not satisfied with being the youngest player to debut in the Spanish team. He also scored and achieved the record for the youngest scorer. Lamine Yamal He had a brilliant debut in a match that was a real exhibition of the players he managed. Luis de la Fuente. Georgia is like San Marino and Spain, the Brazil of the ’70s. The win was historic, a resounding 1-7 made in a good first half and, when it seemed that in the second the football would be conservative and so that nothing would happen, the entry of Nico Williams and Lamine Yamal He gave the team a verticality and impudence that let loose and gave a spectacle to a football that was increasingly less inclined to display and more inclined to pressure and physical effort.
The Spanish midfield with stripes of Rodrithe strength of Gavi and the tone of Fabian He won the key area and, in front, Alvaro Morata He was a wonderful killer who quickly turned the score for the Spaniards in an initial attack where Elm and Asensio they are comfortable. Spain nailed episodes of good football and also accompanied the result against an excessive Georgia without its great star, the star of Naples, who was able to create too much danger despite leaving the details of his excellent class. Untimely injuries to strikers Asensio and Olmo forced De la Fuente to bring on Nico and Lamine earlier than expected. The break has not yet arrived and they are already on the field. It was noticed.
It’s a festival. De la Fuente clearly chose the headline job and for the youth for the first time. His past as a youth team coach helps him avoid panic when it comes to trusting young, quality players. Lamine did not dream of a better debut in a few days where he made an impressive leap in his starting role for Barça and his first minutes and his goal in the Spanish team. He still has two games left to secure his place in De la Fuente’s team. Yesterday was a day of great news for a team that wants to be very strong in the sports section. His football yesterday was a spectacle.
Source: La Verdad
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