Sport Clasico: Ansu Fati shines against Real Madrid

18:50  24 october  2020
18:50  24 october  2020 Source:   football365.fr

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Young Ansu Fati made even more history in the Clasico this Saturday against Real Madrid.

Ansu Fati (attaquant, FC Barcelone) © Panoramic Ansu Fati (striker, FC Barcelona) Ansu Fati has written his name a little more in Barça and La Liga history. The young prodigy of Barça continues the records of precocity in selection as in club and continued his momentum this Saturday, he who chose his moment to shine. Indeed, his team was led from the 5th minute of play and the young Iberian international took advantage of a service from Jordi Alba to equalize, thus becoming the youngest player to score a goal in a duel between Barça and the Real Madrid, having been the youngest player to score pro with the Catalans. At 17 years and 359 days, Ansu Fati incidentally erased the record of a former Madrid player and not just any, since it is Raùl who had found the net at 18 years and 95 days in the 1995 Clasico. And as if all that was not enough, Fati also becomes the youngest player to score at least 11 goals in the five big leagues before reaching the age of majority. Just that...

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