Spain teen Gavi becomes youngest World Cup scorer since Pele

AL THUMAMA, Qatar – Spain midfielder Gavi became the third-youngest goal scorer in World Cup history, and youngest since Brazil legend Pele in 1958, with his 74th-minute strike in a 7-0 win against Costa Rica on Wednesday.

When he stepped on the field to start the game, the Barcelona prodigy also became the youngest player (18 years, 110 days) to ever appear for Spain in a major international tournament (World Cup or European Championship).

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