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While the result wasn't exactly optimal, Liverpool did at least make a little bit of history during Monday's FA Cup third-round defeat at Wolves.
When Dejan Lovren limped off injured within minutes of kick-off, the Croatian was replaced by academy defender Ki-Jana Hoever (born Jan. 18, 2002), who came on to make his senior debut at the tender age of just 16 years and 354 days.
Ki-Jana Hoever becomes our youngest #FACup debutant. =J=4 #WOLLIV(=ù: @EmiratesFACup)pic.twitter.com/A2zIer5VjW— Liverpool FC (@LFC) 7 January 2019
In doing so, the Dutch teenager became the Reds' youngest ever play in the FA Cup, and their third youngest player of all…