The 16-year-old youngster Warren Zaire-Emery made history in the Champions League on Tuesday night. The winger became the youngest player to ever start in a knockout UCL game, breaking the record with 16 years and 343 days old.
Zaire-Emery appeared in the Paris Saint-Germain line up alongside Leo Messi and Neymar Jr. Do you know what they three have in common? Yes, they all played the MICFootball.
The French player, one of the best prospects in the last decade, was at the Costa Brava back in 2017.
He is already…
- The youngest footballer in history to make his debut with PSG
- The youngest to start with the Parisians
- The youngest to score a goal with the French powerhouse
At 16 years and 343 days, Warren Zaire-Emery becomes the youngest player in history to start a @ChampionsLeague knockout game! ✨#PSGFCB I #UCL pic.twitter.com/O5SZrXI3RF
— Paris Saint-Germain (@PSG_English) February 14, 2023
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