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Beat 64-year-old record: - I can't believe it

England won easily and safely with 5-0 over the Czech republic in european championship qualifying on Friday night, but for a single player there was more to rejoice over than the three points.

As the Wembleys stadionur rounded out the 70 minutes, was Chelsea's 18-year-old Callum Hudson-Odoi replaced in the place of hat-trick-hero Raheem Sterling, and it made the 18-year-old winger to the youngest to make his debut for England in a major battle.

Usually the youngest just seen the way in a friendly match, but it blew the England manager, Gareth Southgate, and sent Hudson-Odoi in action for the first time.

- of Course it was absolutely amazing to have the opportunity to get in front of hjemmepublikummet. I can't believe it, I have no words, it sounded meekly from the Hudson-Odoi after the match.

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Callum Hudson-Odoi was sent on the pitch with twenty minutes again. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Chelsea-the player beating Duncan Edwards' record from 1955.

The former Manchester United player, who died of his injuries after Manchester United's tragic plane crash in Munich in 1958, made his debut for England in a 7-2 victory over Scotland 2. april 1955 in the defunct British Home Championships.

Edwards was at the apartment 18 years and 183 days. With Callum Hudson-Odois 18 years and 135 days knocked he is 48 days of the 64 year old record.

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Gareth Southgate is known to have given the young players a chance, since he took over the hot seat from Sam Allardyce in 2016.

Friday was both the Hudson-Odoi and Borussia Dortmund Jadon Sancho on the track the same time, and it was, according to the statistikleverandøren Opta for the first time in 138 years that an English team had two players at 18 years of age or younger on the pitch at the same time.

The two teenagers were however also proved that they not only had to put the recorder. Jadon Sancho played all 90 minutes and was responsible for the approach to Raheem Sterling's first goal, while Callum Hudson-Odoi had a crucial foot in the goal to the 5-0, as Tomas Kalas scored in his own net.

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Jadon Sancho and Callum Hudson-Odoi joined both on the pitch in the match against the Czech republic. Photo: Ritzau Scanpix

Despite breaking the record as the youngest to make his debut in a major battle, Hudson-Odoi far from the youngest debutant for England, but he squeezes himself in as number seven on the list.

Here is Theo Walcott and Wayne Rooney remains untouchable, after they had debut as a 17-year-olds. For both cases, however, it was in friendlies. In contrast to Hudson-Odoi.

The ten youngest debutants ever


Debut: Hungary, 30. may 2006
Age: 17 years and 75 days


Debut: Australia, 12. February 2003
Age: 17 years and 111 days


Debut: Scotland, 5. april 1879
Age: 17 years and 252 days.


Debut: Wales, 26. February 1881
Age: 17 years and 311 days


Debut: Sweden, 14. november 2012
Age: 17 years and 342 days


Debut: Chile, 11. February 1998
Age: 18 years and 59 days


Debut: Czech republic, 22. march 2019
Age: 18 years and 135 days.


Debut: Netherlands, 15. november 2006
Age. 18 years and 144 days

9. Duncan Edwards

Debut: Scotland, 2. april 1955
Age: 18 years and 183 days


Debut: Croatia, 12. October 2018
Age: 18 years and 201 days

Source: Sky Sports

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