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Spain’s starting XI for their Euro 2024 semi-final against France has been revealed, with head coach Luis de la Fuente making three anticipated changes. Jesus Navas and Nacho Fernandez step in for the suspended Dani Carvajal and Robin Le Normand, respectively, while Dani Olmo takes the place of the injured Pedri.

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The interaction on Spain’s right wing promises intrigue, as 38-year-old Navas supports Lamine Yamal, his junior by 22 years. Their task: to neutralize the threat of Kylian Mbappe, who has been subdued in the tournament so far.

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Tonight marks a historic occasion for Lamine Yamal, breaking a 66-year-old international record. According to Diario AS, he becomes the youngest player ever to feature in an international tournament semi-final, surpassing Pele’s record set at the 1958 World Cup when he was 17 years and 244 days old.

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Should Spain advance to the final this weekend, facing either England or The Netherlands, it would be the day after Lamine Yamal’s 17th birthday. He hopes his last match as a 16-year-old culminates in victory.