A Genk Teenager Is Set To Make History As The

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A Genk teenager is set to make history as the [/sport/champions_league/index.html Champions League]'s youngest ever goalkeeper on Tuesday night. 
Maarten Vandevoordt, who is only 17 years old, is in line to face Napoli in the Belgian club's final group game at Stadio San Paolo.
And if he pulls on his gloves and metajack.org gets on the pitch as expected, he will jump ahead of Benfica's Mile Svilar and break the competition's record.
Genk goalkeeper Maarten Vandevoordt in action for the club's Under 19s against Liverpool
Vandevoordt is set to beat the Champions League record of compatriot Mile Svilar (right)
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