Warren Zaïre Emery made history in his first international match with the French national team.
At 17 years and 255 days, he became the youngest French international player since World War II. Additionally, he is now the second-youngest scorer in the history of the French national team, following Maurice Gastiger, who achieved the feat at 17 years and 156 days against Switzerland on March 8, 1914.
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Zaïre Emery is also the 10th player since 2000 to score in his debut appearance for the French national team.
However, his remarkable performance was marred by an ankle injury. Despite this setback, the PSG player demonstrated remarkable composure.
The extent of his absence from future matches will be assessed in the coming days, but Zaïre Emery has already left an indelible mark with his historic achievements.