The Barcelona player saw the red against the Spanish, at 17 and 251. The record was also with the Blaugrana shirt.
Ansu Fati he was sent off in the first minutes of the second half in the duel between Barcelona and Spanish, to become one of the youngest players to see the red in The league during the XXI century.
The Blaugrana footballer disputed the ball with his leg raised before Fernando Calero and immediately received a yellow card, but at the behest of the VAR, he was sanctioned with the expulsion.
Ansu Fati is the second youngest to leave before the game from 2000 to the present, at 17 years and 251 days. The record is held by Marc Muniesa, also wearing the Barcelona shirt, who was sent off on the day of his debut against Osasuna on May 23, 2009 at the age of 17 years and 57 days.
2 – At 17 years and 251 days, Ansu Fati is the second youngest player to be sent off in the 21st century in LaLiga, second only to Marc Muniesa (also a player from #FC Barcelona) with 17 years and 57 days. Early. pic.twitter.com/768dQImEzC
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