Barcelona midfielder Gavi made his World Cup debut on Wednesday against Costa Rica and made history by scoring Spain’s fifth goal.
The 18-year-old struck on 74 minutes after a cross from Alvaro Morata and wrote his name into the history books at the same time.
Gavi is already the youngest player to feature for Spain and is now the youngest to score for La Roja at a World Cup.
Gavi is the youngest player in World Cup history to score for Spain at the tournament.
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That’s not all either. Gavi also becomes the youngest player to score at a World Cup since a certain Pele back in 1958.
He’s also the third youngest goalscorer in World Cup history behind Pelé and Manuel Rosas.
1 – At 18 years and 110 days, Pablo Gavi is the youngest player to score in the World Cup since Pele’s brace against Sweden in June 1958 (17 years and 249 days). Star. pic.twitter.com/p43rXs1QDJ
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