POLAND teenager Kacper Kozlowski has become the youngest player ever to appear at the European Championships after coming on against Spain.
The 17-year-old has broken England star Jude Bellingham's record, which lasted just SIX days.
The Pogon Szczecin midfielder has made his Euros debut aged 17 years and 246 days after being introduced by Poland manager Paulo Sousa in the 55th minute.
Bellingham, aged 17 years and 349 days, had broken the record earlier in the tournament when he came on for England against Croatia.
The previous record holder was Jetro Willems, who was 18 years and 71 days when he started Holland's Euro 2012 opener against Denmark.
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