Ansu Fati, the youngest scorer in the history of the Spanish team


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Ansu Fati, the youngest scorer in the history of the Spanish team

In the match against Ukraine in the UEFA Nations League, Ansu Fati became the youngest scorer in the history of Spain

Ansu Fati became the youngest scorer in the history of the Spanish selection, when marking before Ukraine his first full international goal in his second appearance at 17 years and 311 days.

The record until the appearance of Ansu Fati Juan Errazquín had it, who signed a triplet with 18 years and 344 days in Switzerland on June 1, 1925.

Ansu, who made his senior debut with Luis Enrique Martínez last Thursday against Germany in Stuttgart, celebrated his first start by signing a great game. He always unbalanced, caused the penalty that broke the match as soon as he started and looked for the goal, even from a Chilean, until he got it at 32 minutes.

He faced opponents at the edge of the area, slashing to his right and unleashing a tight shot that hit the post before kissing the net. It is the so much with which it happens to the history of the Spanish selection and that certifies at 17 the great future that the forward of the Barcelona.


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