In a dazzling performance on January 7th, the youthful Italian talent Cher Ndour made his maiden start, setting the stage for a potentially impactful career.
At just 19 years old and towering at 1.90 meters, Ndour emerges as an imposing figure on the field, exhibiting the makings of a captivating midfielder who comprehends the intricacies of the game. This prowess was evident in his standout display during the Paris Saint-Germain's emphatic 0-9 victory over US Revel.
Ndour seized the full 90 minutes in the 32nd round of the French Cup against US Revel, a sixth-division club in France. Despite his youth, the midfielder notched a goal in his debut in the 87th minute, courtesy of an assist from Kylian Mbappé. Moreover, the Italian orchestrated 74 touches on the ball, showcasing a remarkable 91% pass completion rate (58/64) in the midfield, illustrating his exceptional performance.
The young footballer boasts a promising future. While initially recruited by PSG from Benfica, where he spent the majority of his time in the Portuguese club's youth setup, PSG is carefully nurturing his development. Amidst stiff competition within a robust squad, Luis Enrique acknowledges Ndour's innovative skills and foresees him evolving into a remarkably talented player in the future.
Ndour's debut not only marks a significant milestone but also signals the emergence of a potential gem within PSG's ranks. As he continues to hone his craft and adapt to top-flight football, his impactful performance in the French Cup heralds the dawn of a promising career at the Parisian club.