LAMINE YAMAL TAKES SHOT AT RABIOT AGAIN! Algeria star trolls French midfielder after Spain’s Euro 2020 win

Lamine Yamal Leaves Adrien Rabiot Reeling with Brutal Taunts Following Spain’s Electrifying Euro 2024 Rout

In a match full of drama and high-stakes thrills, Spain’s 29-year-old Adrien Rabiot suffered the ultimate sucker punch courtesy of 16-year-old Lamine Yamal.

The Barcelona youngster, already revered for his blistering pace and audacious goal-scoring propensity, proved himself as a force for reckoning, unleashing not one but two digs at Spain’s nemesis-turned-navigator, Rabiot. After the final whistles blew, the pint-size prodigy delivered a scalding post-match commentary, leaving spectators in stitches.

A Case of Sour Grapes? Not Quite

While Yamal admitted to enjoying his moment of magical magnificence, he downplayed the significance of his sizzling striker, stating, "I am only happy for the victory and for being helping the team." Given the magnitude of Spaniards’ win and the fact we’re dealing with a 16-year-old prodigy making history.

The enigmatic prodigy took aim at Raheem Sterling’s Manchester clubmate, who infamously poked his nose beyond the limits, stating in a post-race presser, "Anybody knows the celebration" – in this case Yamal himself!

Get Ready for Lamine; He’s Just Getting Started.

When he’s not basking in the afterglows of his own accomplishments, Yamal can’t resist taking slingshots at his opponents social media profiles! Following El Clásico’s thrilling final, the Spanish midfielder took some liberties, taunting in a message he posted an image celebrating his dazzling goal under the caption, "Check mate!"

That’s the confidence boost you needed to see!

It’s not unusual for teenagers like Yamal to exhibit their egos given the magnitude of the task at present. He’ll, no need to apologize. You know better.

Lamine Yamal, you know I love; his mentality & ability remind me of this, his team-mates on the contrary, he could join Barcelona

Yamal’s 67th-minute winner (1 hour 14 minutes from the end after Kolo Muani in the 36th minute) came off an unchallengered pass by Gavi Fernandez. Dani Olmo pounced upon his own corner to seal Spain’s 2-win, taking down France through a thrilling semifinal encounter before heading off into the final’s.

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