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Youngest MLS goalscorers
by Paul Kennedy, August 8th, 2011 12:51AM
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[MAKING A LIST]Saturday's goals by New England's Diego Fagundez and Real Salt Lake's Luis Gil, their first in MLS play, put them 2nd and 10th, respectively, on the all-time list of youngest players to score in MLS. For the top 10 youngest MLS goalscorers ...

Youngest MLS goalscorers

Player
Age
Club
Year
1. Freddy Adu
14
D.C. United
2004
2. Diego Fagundez16
New England
2011
3. Santino Quaranta
16
D.C. United2003
4. Eddie Gaven
16
New York
2003
5. Jozy Altidore
16
New York
2006
6. Abdus Ibrahim
16
Toronto FC
2008
7. Andy Najar
17
D.C. United
2010
8. Eddie Johnson
17
Dallas2001
9. Omar Salgado
17
Vancouver
2011
10. Luis Gil
17
Real Salt Lake
2011


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  1. Philippe Fontanelli
    commented on: August 9, 2011 at 1:20 p.m.
    Fagundez, Salgado, Gil, Burnberry, Diskerud these guys and some others that I am sure you'll remind me, are the future of the USMNT.

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