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Football: Ukrainian goalkeeper debutes with Real Madrid

Andriy Lunin played the second half in the International Champions Cup game against Manchester United
10:57, 1 August 2018

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Andriy Lunin, the newly recruited goalkeeper of Real Madrid, made a successful first appearance for his team. The player debuted in the second half of the game against Manchester United in the International Champions Cup, a friendly football tournament.

Lunin allowed no goals while on the pitch.

The former goalkeeper of Zorya Luhansk made history, becoming the first Ukrainian to play for Real Madrid - ever. The Spaniards bought him from Zorya for 14 million Euros.

An official presentation of the Ukrainian freshman was held at Santiago Bernabeu stadium in Madrid in late July. 

The 19-year-old goalkeeper was transferred to Zorya from Dnipro in 2017. He played 36 games in the club from Luhansk.

Earlier, London West Ham announced the signing of a contract with Andriy Yarmolenko, Ukrainians team midfielder; he wrote that on Twitter.

Related: Yarmolenko becomes West Ham player

The Ukrainian signed a four-year contract. According to unofficial information, the transfer cost 'Hammers' around $29 million. Yarmolenko’s transfer to Borussia Dortmund last year cost the same amount of money.

Related: 8-year-old Ukrainian becomes Barcelona footballer

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Related: Football: Yarmolenko will be able to confirm his reputation in Premier League, - Pellegrini

Related: Football: FC Zorya to play with SC Braga in selection of Europa league

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