Nuri Sahin’s mark had actually formerly meant 15 years prior to the highly-rated teen netted a late alleviation at the BayArena
Bayer Leverkusen teen Florian Wirtz ended up being the Bundesliga’s youngest-ever goalscorer when netting a late alleviation in his side’s 4-2 defeat by Bayern Munich on Saturday.
Leverkusen entered into the weekend’s component at the BayArena with the chance to irritate Bayern’s title procession and boost their own Champions League hopes.
But there was no stopping the widespread Bavarians, who went out 4-2 winners to move 10 points clear of Borussia Dortmund at the Bundesliga top ahead of BVB’s clash with HerthaBerlin
Lucas Alario provided the hosts an early lead prior to Hansi Flick’s side stepped up the equipments, with Kingsley Coman, Leon Goretzka, Serge Gnabry and Robert Lewandowski all discovering the web to mark Bayern’s ninth straight league accomplishment.
Wirtz’s 89 th minute strike was bit more than an alleviation, however it likewise marked a brand-new record in the German leading flight for the appealing playmaker.
At 17 years and 43 days old, Wirtz ended up being the youngest gamer to rating in the history of the Bundesliga, beating the record formerly set by Nuri Sahin who was 17 years and 2 months of age when he netted his very first Dortmund objective in2005
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Sahin is signed up with on the list by the similarity Julian Draxler, Timo Werner and Christian Pulisic in scoring prior to their 18 th birthday, while Wirtz’s team-mate Kai Havertz likewise makes the list having actually netted in 2017 at the age of 17 years, 9 months and 22 days.
Wirtz made his launching on May 18 in Leverkusen’s 4-1 success over Werder Bremen, breaking Havertz’s own record as the club’s youngest Bundesliga debutant.
He has actually been at Leverkusen given that 2018 after changing from Cologne, however even then he had no lack of suitors both in Germany and somewhere else.
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“The boy has a huge talent. He could have gone to Liverpool, to Bayern Munich, to Dortmund. Everyone wanted the boy,” Leverkusen youth coach, Patrick Helmes, informed Sport1 after Wirtz’s arrival. “What he has are things you cannot learn.”
When inquired about the child, Leverkusen sporting director Simon Rolfes informed Goal and SPOX: ” I have actually understood the gamer given that he was14 The possibility developed remarkably since his agreement was ending, therefore we attempted.
“I knew that many clubs were interested and so we thought that before he went anywhere else, let’s try to get him to come here and stay close to home.”