Remember the name, Ethan Nwaneri.

The 15-year-old has smashed the Premier League record for the youngest-ever player when he arrived off the Arsenal bench of their 3-0 win over Brentford.

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Nwaneri is simply 15 years previous, however was on the Arsenal bench to face Brentford

Nwaneri is now the youngest player in Premier League history

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Nwaneri is now the youngest player in Premier League historical past

That’s not a typo… he actually is 15 years and 181 days previous.

Liverpool star Harvey Elliott beforehand held that record. He was 16 years and 30 days when he made his Premier League debut for Fulham in May 2019.

Nwaneri was born in March 2007 and comfortably beat that record when he changed goalscorer Fabio Vieira.

The younger midfielder additionally beat Jack Wilshere’s record of being Arsenal’s youngest ever Premier League player at 16 years and 256 days.

Want to really feel previous? He was born AFTER the Emirates Stadium was constructed and wasn’t alive when the Gunners made the Champions League final in 2006.

Nwaneri was not alive when Arsenal made it to the Champions League final

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Nwaneri was not alive when Arsenal made it to the Champions League final


He solely made his Arsenal’s Under-21s debut earlier this month, however was elevated to the first-team squad after an injury to Martin Odegaard.

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