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The youngest players in Ligue 1 Uber Eats

The youngest players in Ligue 1 Uber Eats

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Publish on 09/22 at 11:00

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The youngest players, the youngest scorers, the youngest starters... Check out the key stats from the start of the season in the League of Talents.

Ligue 1 Uber Eats is more than ever the League of Talents. In the first eight rounds of the 2022-23 season, a number of young players have made their mark, such as Désiré Doué. At the end of August, the young Rennes player became the first player born in 2005 to score in any of the five major European leagues.

Doué, Yoro and Zaïre-Emery lead the way

Désiré Doué is one of the three youngest players to have played this season. He made his debut at the age of 17 years and 65 days. Two other under-17s have played in Ligue 1 Uber Eats this season: Parisian Warren Zaïre-Emery (16 years and 151 days) and Lille's Leny Yoro (16 years and 286 days).

Youngest players this season:
1. Warren Zaïre-Emery (PSG): 16 years and 151 days (on 06/08/2022, against Clermont)
2. Leny Yoro (LOSC): 16 years and 286 days (on 26/08/2022, against Ajaccio)
3. Désiré Doué (Stade Rennais FC): 17 years and 65 days (on 07/08/2022, against Lorient)
4. Wilson Odobert (ESTAC Troyes): 17 years and 252 days (on 07/08/2022, against Montpellier)
5. Kyliane Dong (ESTAC Troyes): 17 years and 314 days (on 07/08/2022, against Montpellier)
6. Khalil Fayad (Montpellier Hérault SC): 18 years and 65 days (on 13/08/2022, against PSG)
7. Lesley Ugochukwu (Stade Rennais FC): 18 years and 148 days (on 21/08/2022, against Ajaccio)
8. Kévin Biakolo (Toulouse FC): 18 years and 193 days (on 07/08/2022, against Nice)
9. Carlos Baleba (LOSC): 18 years and 216 days (on 07/08/2022, against Auxerre)
10. Mouhamadou Diarra (RC Strasbourg Alsace): 18 years and 223 days (on 14/08/2022, against Nice)

On your marks...

Lille defender Leny Yoro is the youngest starter of the season, the only one to have started a match before he was even 17. In the top ten, there are two Rennes players (Désiré Doué and Lesley Ugochukwu) and two Strasbourg players (Mouhamadou Diarra and Ismaël Doukouré).

Youngest starters this season:
1. Leny Yoro (LOSC): 16 years and 308 days (on 17/09/2022, against Toulouse)
2. Désiré Doué (Stade Rennais FC): 17 years and 85 days (27/08/2022, against Lens)
3. Wilson Odobert (ESTAC Troyes): 17 years and 264 days (on 19/08/2022, against OL)
4. Khalil Fayad (Montpellier Hérault SC): 18 years and 73 days (on 21/08/2022, against Auxerre)
5. Lesley Ugochukwu (Stade Rennais FC): 18 years and 176 days (on 18/09/2022, against OM)
6. Mouhamadou Diarra (RC Strasbourg Alsace): 18 years and 240 days (on 31/08/2022, against Nantes)
7. Ismaël Doukouré (RC Strasbourg Alsace): 19 years and 34 days (on 27/08/2022, against Auxerre)
8. Brayann Pereira (AJ Auxerre): 19 years and 78 days (on 07/08/2022, against LOSC)
9. Malo Gusto (OL): 19 years and 78 days (on 05/08/2022, against Ajaccio)
10. Rares Ilie (OGC Nice): 19 years and 117 days (on 14/08/2022, against Strasbourg)

Doué on top

When it comes to the youngest goalscorers of the 2022-23 season, Désiré Doué is still in first place. The Rennes midfielder found the net at the age of 17 years and 89 days. Wilson Odobert, who trained at PSG and now plays for ESTAC, is the only other U18 player to have scored this season. At the end of August, he scored in the fourth and fifth rounds of the league campaign.

Youngest scorers this season:
1. Désiré Doué (Stade Rennais FC): 17 years and 89 days (on 31/08/2022, against Brest)
2. Wilson Odobert (ESTAC Troyes): 17 years and 273 days (on 28/08/2022, against Angers)
3. Matthis Abline (Stade Rennais FC): 19 years and 167 days (on 11/09/2022, against Auxerre)
4. Kamory Doumbia (Stade de Reims): 19 years and 177 days (on 14/08/2022, against Clermont)
5. Elye Wahi (Montpellier Hérault SC): 19 years and 238 days (on 28/08/2022, against Brest)
6. Castello Lukeba (OL): 19 years and 260 days (on 03/09/2022, against Angers)
7. Enzo Tchato (Montpellier Hérault SC): 19 years and 263 days (on 13/08/2022, against PSG)
8. Farès Chaïbi (Toulouse FC): 19 years and 293 days (on 17/09/2022, against LOSC)
9. Yoann Cathline (FC Lorient): 20 years and 51 days (on 11/09/2022, against Nantes)
10. Nuno Mendes (PSG): 20 years and 76 days (on 03/09/2022, against Nantes)