Moise Kean scored on his full Italy debut and the teenager believes it’s just the beginning. “There are many more records for me to beat.”
The 19-year-old Juventus striker became the second-youngest player to score in an Azzurri jersey and did it on his first start in this 2-0 victory over Finland.
“I always try to be ready and train regularly so that I’m prepared when the time comes,” he told Rai Sport.
“More than being happy, I find it extra motivation to keep working hard. There are many more records for me to beat and I intend to beat them.
“When I got the call, I was fired up, excited, happy, eager to show what I could do. Ciro (Immobile) gave me a great assist and it’s thanks to him and the whole team that I was able to score.”
Kean usually plays as a centre-forward rather than on the wing, but was on the left in the first half and the right in the second.
“Wherever the Coach puts me, I am happy to play. It was a good movement and I saw the gap, so I just went for it. The first goal was a huge sensation and a great moment for me.
“Obviously, training alongside my teammates at Juventus, including Cristiano Ronaldo, it’s impossible not to learn every day.”
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