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    Top 5 Best Youngsters of LaLiga in the 2021/22 season

    LaLiga has wrapped up like all other leagues and Real Madrid has been the true dominator in the season. They ended up winning it with 86 points beside their name followed by their rivals FC Barcelona with 73 points. This clearly indicates what an amazing season the Reals had.

    LaLiga has some exemplary young talents. Financial limitations due to the Covid19 pandemic have opened the doors to opportunities for young talents to bloom. Here are the best five youngsters in the league.

    Best 5 Youngsters of La Liga

    Here are the 5 best youngsters of LaLiga:

    5: Nico Williams

    Noted for his speed and dribbling efficiency, Athletic Club Bilbao’s Nico Williams definitely has a superb future waiting for him. The 19-year-old midfielder has 2 goals and an assist in the 4 matches of Copa del Ray. The club finished 8th this season and will be looking forward to improving things in the next one.

    4: Eduardo Camavinga

    Regarded as Carlo Ancelotti’s secret weapon by many, the 19-year-old Eduardo Camavinga had some great moments in the star-studded club this season. He has been crucial in Real Madrid in beating PSG in the round of 16, Chelsea in the quarter-finals, and Manchester City in the UEFA Champions League semifinal. The French midfielder is indeed taking his steps towards a brighter future.

    3: Rodrygo

    The 21-year-old Real Madrid winger had an important role in helping his team reach the Champions League finals. In 10 games, he scored 5 goals which included a crucial one against Chelsea in the quarter-finals and two against Manchester City in the second leg of the semifinals. In his 33 LaLiga appearances, he has delivered 4 goals and 5 assists (17 started, 16 subbed on).

    2: Vinicius Jr.

    The 20-year-old Brazilian has had a season to remember. In 51 appearances this season, he scored 21 goals and 20 assists!

    1: Pedri

    The 17-year-old Spanish midfielder playing for Barcelona is noted for finding spaces, excited about taking the ball. The technically sound guy has an amazing sense of the game and will grow best under Xavi, one of the best midfielders of his time.

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