Tim Weah becomes first 2000s player to earn USMNT cap

Tim Weah becomes first 2000s player to earn USMNT cap

The PSG youngster made his debut against Paraguay, becoming the first player born this century to appear for the USA

Tim Weah made his U.S. national team debut on Tuesday against Paraguay, coming on in the 87th minute to replace Toronto FC’s MarkyA�Delgado and becoming the first player born in the 2000s to represent the full men’s national team.

The 18-year-old was born February 22, 2000, and was one of three players to debut for the USA on the night, along with the 22-year-old Delgado andA�Andrija Novakovich, a 22-year-old forward who is on loan with Dutch side Telstar from Reading.

Weah has made his first-team debut for Paris Saint-Germain earlier this month, comingA�on as a substitute in the cluba��s 2-0 victory over Troyes.

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