Lamine Yamal will Break yet another record in the Clasico

Julian Araujo

Barcelona attacker Lamine Yamal will break a Clasico record. That has been held since 1941 if he takes to the field during his side’s La Liga clash with Real Madrid on Saturday afternoon.

El Clasico Importance

Barcelona’s temporary home, Estadi Olimpic Lluis Companys, will host the match between the two largest teams in Spanish football. While Camp Nou is presently undergoing substantial renovations.

Xavi, the head coach of Barcelona, refused to downplay the significance of the match during the team’s pre-match news conference. Barcelona is now third in the La Liga standings, one point behind leader Real Madrid.
The five players who might return to the team for the defending champions. They are Jules Kounde, Pedri, Robert Lewandowski, Lamine Yamal, Raphinha, and Frenkie de Jong, all of whom trained on Friday.

Lamine Yamal Record

Yamal, a crucial member of the Spanish national team this season. Who has made 13 appearances and scored once along with two assists, is the choice to start on the right side.

Should the assailant feature as anticipated, he will shatter an 82-year El Clasico record.

Vicente Martinez, who participated in Barcelona versus Real Madrid in 1941. At the age of 16 years and 278 days, he is now the youngest player to have appeared in the renowned encounter.

At 16 years and 107 days old, Lamine Yamal will easily surpass the record if Xavi makes use of him throughout the match in the top division of Spain.

Young Gem

At 15 years, 9 months, and 16 days old, Lamine Yamal made his debut for Barcelona’s first squad in April of this year, becoming the youngest player to do so.

Due to his contract predicament, there had been considerable uncertainty about his future throughout the summer. However, it was reported earlier this month that a new term, expiring in June 2026, had been agreed upon.

On October 8, Yamal scored his first goal for Barcelona against Granada. Making him the youngest goal scorer in La Liga history as well as the youngest goal scorer for Barcelona overall.

Despite his age, the Spaniard has started in all 13 of his team’s games across all competitions this season. On Wednesday, he played the entire 90 minutes against Shakhtar Donetsk in the Champions League.

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