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Locked [sport] A Galician teenager, star of Boxing Day, in just two minutes with Liverpool


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Stefan Bajcetic is the happiest teenager in Liverpool, but also the happiest teenager from Vigo. This afternoon, in the 81st minute, the Reds defender dribbled past Aston Villa goalkeeper Robin Olsen, he went to Ngoyo's left, and when the easiest thing to do was to give the ball to his teammate Salah to finish off the play, he he shot a pipe at Tyron Mings to send the ball into the net.

Liverpool's number 43 had only been on the field for two minutes. He hasn't worn many more all season. Just enough to score the third goal for the Reds, sentencing Emery's Aston Villa, and becoming the revelation of Boxing Day in the Premier.

Exactly two years ago, Stefan Bajcetic was playing in the Celta de Vigo youth team, because Stefan Bajcetic is from Galicia. For that you have to go to his second last name, Maquieira. His father, the Serbian Srdan Bajcetic, had a brief and unfortunate stint in the ranks of Celta in the mid-nineties. A request from Carlos Aimar, who left the team in the winter market, and returned with Castro Santos, mainly to get seriously injured, but also to meet the love of his life, at the stationery store at 106 Sanjurjo Badía street.

She followed Red Star, SC Braga and two Chinese teams until one fine day when she told him that she wanted to return to Vigo. Srdan became a coach. Right now he is in charge of Celta C, of Group I of the Third Federation, and they had two children, one of them a Galician red devil who is growing up under the beard of Jürgen Klopp.

At the age of 16, the Liverpool youth team took him away. After six months he went to the under 18s, and at the same time the Spanish under 18 coach, Pablo Amo, took him to play three friendlies in Limoges (France). So far his only caps


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