Lamine Yamal completed a free-flowing Barcelona move against Osasuna on Thursday to become the youngest goalscorer in Supercopa history.

Lamine Yamal Breaks Supercopa Goalscoring Record
Lamine Yamal

Yamal, after turning in an impressive hour off the bench, grabbed a richly deserved goal for Barca to send his side to the Supercopa final.


In second half stoppage time, he received an angled poke from Joao Felix, before sweeping his effort into the bottom corner — across a sprawling goalkeeper.

Lamine Yamal was on the bench at kick-off, but came on for the injured Raphinha late in the first half.


He rewarded his manager’s faith — and made his case for a start — by turning in a scintillating showing and scoring his second Barca goal.

Xavi praised his winger after the game, telling reporters: “Lamine, with the ball, is amazing.


“He practically doesn’t lose the ball, and he goes into every duel.

“Even apart from the goal, he was very good.

“He’s an extraordinary talent.”

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However, the teenager will likely feature against Madrid on Sunday, where the Blaugrana have the chance to defend their Supercopa title.

Also, Yamal will hope that he did enough on Thursday to earn a start in the Clasico.


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