Ansu Fati is already proving himself to be an extremely special talent, quickly becoming one of the most exciting attacking prospects in world football.
The 17-year-old netted again for Barcelona last night in their Champions League victory over Ferencvaros, which set a new record in the competition.
Fati latched on to a chipped through ball from De Jong and (perhaps somewhat fortunately) guided his volley into the corner. His finish meant he became the first ever player under the age of 18 to have scored more than once in the tournament.
His first came in last season’s campaign, when his side beat Inter Milan 2-1 at the San Siro.
Breaking records is becoming a fairly regular occurrence for the youngster, who is also the youngest ever player to net a brace in a La Liga game for any club.
In September, he broke a 95-year-old record to become Spain’s youngest goal-scorer when he netted against Ukraine.
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