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Kozlowski breaks Bellingham’s record as the youngest Euros player

Sun 20 June 2021 | 6:37

Poland’s Kacper Kozlowski has got the record for the youngest Euros player six days after Jude Bellingham’s.

Jude Bellingham

was named the youngest player to have ever played in European Championship six days ago but that record now belongs to

Poland

’s

Kacper Kozlowski

.

The Borussia Dortmund midfielder featured in England’s Euro 2020 game against Croatia as a substitute at the age of 17 years and 349 days.

He got the title of the youngest star in the competition, taking the record from Jetro Willems, who played for the Netherlands in their Euro 2012 against Denmark, aged 18 years and 71 days.

However, his record was surpassed very quickly as Kozlowski was substituted in Poland’s clash against Spain on Saturday.

The midfielder was aged 17 years and 246 days and he climbed off the bench to be Mateusz Klich’s replacement after Robert Lewandowski met the back of the net.

Kozlowski represented his country for 35 minutes and completed two attempted passes and two of four dribbles. He also contested six duels and won two fouls when he had only nine touches.


source: SportMob