Recruited this summer by the Real Madrid against 31 million euros (excluding bonus), Eduardo Camavinga took his first steps in his new colors this Sunday evening, against Celta Vigo. The opportunity for the 18-year-old midfielder to already stand out.
6 minutes was enough
Entered into play in the 66th minute of play, the international tricolor only needed six minutes to open his goal counter and receive the ovation of an already conquered Santiago Bernabéu.
At 18 years and 306 days, Eduardo Camavinga has become the second youngest player to score on his debut for Real Madrid. He is only beaten by his new Brazilian teammate, Rodrygo. Can’t wait for the rest!
2 – At 18 years and 306 days, Eduardo Camavinga 🇫🇷 is the second youngest player to score on his debut for @realmadriden in @LaLigaEN in the 21st century, after Rodrygo Goes 🇧🇷 against Osasuna in September 2019 (18 and 259). Hopeful. pic.twitter.com/sG1XISKk4G
– OptaJose (@OptaJose) September 12, 2021