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Ansu Fati could become the youngest scorer in the history of the Champions League
Published:16/09/2019 - 00:07h
Updated:16/09/2019 - 00:07h
After exhibiting in the League, Ansu Fati could debut in the Champions League against Dortmund on Tuesday. The canterano could beat a historical record in Europe. If he scores, he will become the youngest scorer in the history of the Champions League
Ansu Fati Is the player of the moment in the FC Barcelona, in LaLiga and perhaps also in the European football. The canterano Barcelona is marvelling to all the world and with alone 16 years is showing that it can be important in the first team culé. It carries only three meetings in First and already has marked two important goals against two dangerous rivals: Osasuna and Valencia.
Especially striking was his performance against the valencianistas. In addition to annotating his second consecutive goal in League, the forward gave him the assistance to Of Jong so that it marked the 2-0. The one of Guinea-Bissáu made an authentic jugadón and seated to Wass before giving him the target to the Dutch midfield player.
After going out in League, the canterano could debut in Champions League this next Tuesday. The barcelonistas play in Dortmund against the Borussia and Ansu could go back to have minutes. Luis Suárez aims to the titularity and this could separate of the eleven to the canterano, but after his partidazo in front of the 'ches' is little likely that do not play.
In case to play, the juvenile could turn into the goleador younger of the history of the League of Champions. If it marks a so much, Ansu, that will have for then 16 years and 306 days, will surpass to Peter Ofori-Quaye. The ghanés marked to the 17 years and 195 days with the Olympiacos against the Rosenborg in October of 1997.
With the Barça, the more youngster in marking a goal in Europe until the day of today keeps on being Bojan Krkic, that marked against the Schalke 04 in April of 2008. The one of Linyola had in this moment 17 years and 207 days. If it plays an alone minute also will surpass to the Catalan like the debutante culé younger in Champions League.
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The '10' trained beside his mates this Sunday after more than a month lesionado and could have minutes against the Borussia Dortmund. If the one of Rosario plays and Ansu is not headline, the one of Guinea-Bissáu would have fewer possibilities to go out from the bench. It seems that the juvenile will play a place in the eleven initial with Carles Pérez if Suárez plays of start.
Goleadores Younger of the Champions League:
- 17 years 195 days: Peter Ofori-Quaye (Rosenborg – Olympiacos 5-1, 01/10/97
- 17 years 216 days: Mateo Kovačić (Dínamo of Zagreb – Lyon 1-7, 07/12/11)
- 17 years 218 days: Cesc Fàbregas (Arsenal – Rosenborg 5-1, 07/12/04)
- 17 years 218 days: Bojan Krkić (Schalke – Barcelona 0-1, 01/04/08)
- 17 years 241 days: Martin Klein (Panathinaikos – Sparta of Prague 2-1, 27/02/02)