Kathmandu: England’s Jude Bellingham has become the youngest player to play in the Euro Cup.
Bellingham set the record in the 16th edition of the Euro Cup against Croatia on Sunday night according to Nepali time. He broke the record of Jetro Williams of the Netherlands by playing in 17 years and 349 days.
Jetro set the record in 2012 when he was 18 years and 71 days old, playing against Denmark.
Bellingham replaced Harry Kane in the 82nd minute of the game at Bembley Stadium in London. Rahim Sterling’s lone goal helped England beat Croatia 1-0 to add three points.