AFCON 2021: Meet 4 Youngest Players ( Number 2 is Impressive)
The 2021Africa Cup of Nations game has kick-started with Cameroon as the host, there are young and notable stars in this prestigious competition, the game has showcased some wonderful talents in Africa
More young stars are emerging from the continent as new entrants are seen from participating countries, this post will show you some bright and talented young stars in the game
We are featuring four young talented guys from four countries in Africa, in no particular order, meet the four youngest players in the 2021 AFCON
Beyatt Lekweiry Mauritania( 16 Year’s 8 months )
Beyatt Lekweiry is the youngest player in the 2021 AFCON game, he is a Mauritanian midfielder, he has played for the under 20 national team of Mauritania
Beyatt Lekweiry is an outstanding and a wonderful player, talented and skillful, he is a star to watch out for, he is like;y to get more recognition and positive appraiser and referrer at the end of the game
Ibrahim Sesay – Sierra Leone (17 Years, Two months)
The Ibrahim Sesay comes second as the youngest player in the AFCON game 2021, Ibrahim Sesay is a Sierra Leone Goalkeeper
“The 17-year-old who made his topflight debut this season was praised during the Sierra Leone Friendly Game with The Gambia for his outstanding performance.
“Sesay who started his career with the East End Tigers has been very exceptional in the Sierra Leone Premier League.
“The young goalkeeper recently make a breakthrough with the Leone stars squad. Sesay was exceptional in Leone stars recent friendly matches in Morocco”
Abdul Fatawu Issahaku- Ghana (17 Years, 10 Months)
The third on our list is the Ghanaian Midfielder Abdul Fatawu Issahaku, he has featured in the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifier between Zimbabwe and Ghana, where the Blackstar defeated the Zimbabwe 3–1
This young promising individual is a star to watch out for in the 2021 AFCON game, there are high hopes of Abdul Fatawu Issahaku making the Blackstar of Ghana great again
Hannibal Mejbri – Tunisia ( 18 Years, 11 Months)
The fourth on our list is the Tunisian Midfielder, Hannibal Mejbri. He was and raised in France, and has made a remarkable appearance in many games in France’s U16 and U17 national teams.
“Mejbri was called up to the Tunisia national team for the first time in May 2021, committing his international future to the nation of his p arents’ birth. He debuted in a 1–0 friendly win over DR Congo on 5 June 2021”