Spain’s teenage star Gavi is the star of the game fans with his amazing performance in the Qatar World Cup. The 18-year-old also became the youngest player to score in a World Cup since 1958 when he scored in the first match against Costa Rica. Gavi, who became the youngest player to score for Spain in the World Cup from Cesc Fabregas, also put in a good performance against Germany.
Gavi is currently in the media for a rare encounter in the Spanish dressing room. Diario AS reports that the young princess of Spain has signed and bought 17-year-old Leoner Gavi’s jersey out of admiration for the star. Father King Philip VI received the jersey in person in the Spain dressing room on behalf of his daughter.
The King came to the Spain dressing room to congratulate them on their victory in the first match in Qatar. Gavi, who scored the fifth goal in the match, presented the signed jersey to the king. Its picture and video are circulating on social media.
The player who plays for Barcelona learned the game from the club’s youth academy and entered the field for the Spain national team in November 2021. Leonor is a student at UWC Atlantic College in South Wales. She is the second daughter of Queen Letizia of Spain.