Lin becomes first Chinese to score for Real Madrid
                 English.news.cn | 2015-10-19 13:17:45 | Editor: huaxia

Lin Liangming (right) plays for Real Madrid in Spain's youth league on September 12, 2015.

MADRID, Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- Chinese winger Lin Liangming, 18, scored twice Sunday to help Real Madrid U-19 crush Alcala U-19 7-1 in Spain's youth league, becoming the first ever Chinese to make goal for the Spanish giants club.

"It's my maiden goal for the Real Madrid. I'ts a great day to me and many thanks to those who support me. Dos goles Lin!" said Lin on his weibo account, a twitter-equivalent social media in China.

Lin helped 10-man Chinese U19 team beat DPR Korea 3-0 in the qualification of Asian U19 championships last month.

Real Madrid signed a five-year contract with Lin on 300,000 euros on July. Real Madrid have been seeking to have one Chinese in their squad, but the national team players are not persuasive enough to interest the Spanish club, instead Lin from China's U-19 squad makes the deal inked.

In the U-19 eight-nation tournament in Slovakia on April, Lin's performance won himself the attention of top clubs and a couple of European outfits showed their willingness to sign him. Lin further proved his outstanding ability during the Lisbon Cup in Portugal in June.

Lin is fast and very skillful in ball control. Real Madrid's scout was present in the two tournaments and impressed by Lin's capability, which made the contract happen.

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Lin becomes first Chinese to score for Real Madrid

English.news.cn 2015-10-19 13:17:45

Lin Liangming (right) plays for Real Madrid in Spain's youth league on September 12, 2015.

MADRID, Oct. 19 (Xinhua) -- Chinese winger Lin Liangming, 18, scored twice Sunday to help Real Madrid U-19 crush Alcala U-19 7-1 in Spain's youth league, becoming the first ever Chinese to make goal for the Spanish giants club.

"It's my maiden goal for the Real Madrid. I'ts a great day to me and many thanks to those who support me. Dos goles Lin!" said Lin on his weibo account, a twitter-equivalent social media in China.

Lin helped 10-man Chinese U19 team beat DPR Korea 3-0 in the qualification of Asian U19 championships last month.

Real Madrid signed a five-year contract with Lin on 300,000 euros on July. Real Madrid have been seeking to have one Chinese in their squad, but the national team players are not persuasive enough to interest the Spanish club, instead Lin from China's U-19 squad makes the deal inked.

In the U-19 eight-nation tournament in Slovakia on April, Lin's performance won himself the attention of top clubs and a couple of European outfits showed their willingness to sign him. Lin further proved his outstanding ability during the Lisbon Cup in Portugal in June.

Lin is fast and very skillful in ball control. Real Madrid's scout was present in the two tournaments and impressed by Lin's capability, which made the contract happen.

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