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Amazing footage shows Spain star Lamine Yamal holding hands with Sergio Ramos as mascot at iconic El Clasico

SPAIN star Lamine Yamal has been going viral after an old video reemerged of him meeting Real Madrid legend Sergio Ramos during an El Clasico in 2016.

Yamal, 16, has taken Euro 2024 by storm as one of the main reasons behind the Furia Roja’s stunning campaign that has led them to the final.

Lamine Yamal has gone viral after an old video reemerged of him and Sergio Ramos
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Barcelona star Yamal was Real Madrid legend Ramos’ mascot in 2016
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And now Yamal stars for Barcelona as well as Spain in Euro 2024
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The Barcelona star led Luis de la Fuente’s men to a 2-1 victory over France on Tuesday as he cancelled out Randal Kolo Muani’s opener on 21 minutes before Dani Olmo’s winner.

The teenage sensation has come a long way since his days training at Barca’s famous La Masia academy.

That allowed the winger to take part in the senior team’s games as a mascot when he was a child.

One of those matches saw him linking up with Ramos eight years ago during the El Clasico at the Nou Camp.

Yamal saw his beloved Barcelona lose 2-1 after Karim Benzema’s wondergoal cancelled out Gerard Pique’s opener before Cristiano Ronaldo sealed the three points for Los Blancos.

However, Ramos also had a night to forget as he was sent off with two yellow cards during the intense derby.

Fans went into total meltdown as a video emerged showing Yamal and the Spain great in the tunnel before kick-off.

One supporter tweeted: “Imagine that, none of these guys knew he was going to be playing against them like 5 years later.”

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Another posted: “Cannot make this s**t up.”

And that one wrote: “He’s now better at 16 than 70% of the players in that video. Crazy.”


Funnily enough the two went on to meet on the pitch for the first time last September during a league match between Barcelona and Sevilla.

And in another strange twist of fate, Ramos, who had returned to the Andalusian outfit, scored an own goal because of Yamal.

The Spain star delivered a pass that the legendary defender accidentally drove to the back of his own net and caused his team a 1-0 loss.

Yamal will now be looking to emulate Ramos by winning his first ever European championship.

The Real legend, though, won the competition twice in a row in 2008 and 2012 with the Spanish national team.

Yamal is now waiting to find out his team’s final opponent, which will be either England or the Netherlands after tonight’s semi-final.

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