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Ansu Fati, chosen as the best U-20 footballer in the world

Published:13/02/2021 - 19:06h

Updated:13/02/2021 - 19:06h

The newspaper 'L'Equipe' published this past Friday a list with the 50 best players under 20 years of age in the world. Ansu Fati, whose injury does not stop him, was chosen the best U-20 on the planet, with Pedri in fourth place

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The newspaper L'Instrument' has made a list with the 50 better players of less than 20 years all over the world. In the classification, therefore, did not go in young known like Erling Haaland, Joao Félix, Jadon Sancho or the madridista Vinicius Jr, all been born from the 2000. By this reason, taking into account the footballers that hinder inside this parameter, does not surprise too much that the winner have been Ansu Fati.

The forward of the FC Barcelona has been chosen the best Sub-20 of the planet above Eduardo Camavinga and of Ryan Gravenberch. The Barcelona is for many one of the attackers with more future that has seen in long and thinks that will finish being a big star. Although it has lost good part of the season by injury, his start of course was so spectacular that anybody has doubted in choosing him to him above other jewels of level.

Camavinga, one of the mediocentros young with more level of the world, has remained to the doors of the triumph. After the one of the Rennes, pretended by the Real Madrid, has remained the perla of the Ajax, Gravenberch, that is an offensive midfield player with a lot of future. After them it arrives another barcelonista, Pedri​, that is being one of the big disclosures of LaLiga. The Canarian has it everything to mark a period in the Barcelona and with alone 18 years already is indisputable headline.

The Borussia Dortmund glass the fifth and the sixth square with Giovanni Reyna and Jude Bellingham, that are going out this season. The 'top 10' complete it by this order Yari Verschaeren (Anderlecht), Mason Greenwood (United), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) and Myron Boadu (AZ). All they have spare talent as to be important in the world of the football, and Greenwood and Saka even have already an important paper in the Manchester United and the Arsenal, respectively.

Rodrygo Goes, lejísimos of the first places

On the other hand, also it is necessary to stand out that the only player of the Real Madrid in this list is Rodrygo Goes, that does not appear until the place 32. The Brazilian did not settle the past campaign to the orders of Zinedine Zidane, in spite of his historical 'hat-trick' in Champions, and neither is it doing this course. By this reason, in spite of his indisputable potential, is far of the big promises Sub-20 of the world.

It is curious that the footballer that close this 'top 50' was the one who is surely one of the greater gross talents of his generation. They scrape Cherki, of the Olympique of Lyon, that still has not fulfilled the 18 years, is for the lovers of the French football one of the greater jewels that have seen in France in a lot of years. Nevertheless, it does not have a paper stood out in the staff and still is very irregular, something that perhaps has penalised him in this vote.

The complete list with the 50 better Sub-20

  1. Ansu Fati (Barcelona) 2002
  2. Eduardo Camavinga (Rennes) 2002
  3. Ryan Gravenberch (Ajax) 2002
  4. Pedri (Barcelona) 2002
  5. Giovanni Reyna (Dortmund) 2002
  6. Jude Bellingham (Dortmund) 2003
  7. Yari Verschaeren (Anderlecht) 2001
  8. Mason Greenwood (Manchester United) 2001
  9. Bukayo Saka (Arsenal) 2001
  10. Myron Boadu (AZ Alkmaar) 2001
  11. Florian Wirtz (Bayer Leverkusen) 2003
  12. Nuno Mendes (Sporting) 2002
  13. Harvey Elliott (Liverpool) 2002
  14. Mohamed Ihattaren (PSV) 2002
  15. Youssoufa Moukoko (Dortmund) 2004
  16. Josko Gvardiol (Dinamo Zagreb) 2002
  17. Curtis Jones (Liverpool) 2001
  18. Thiago Almada (Vélez) 2001
  19. Yunus Musah (Valencia) 2002
  20. Noni Madueke (PSV) 2002
  21. Charles Of Ketelaere (Witches) 2001
  22. Jeremy Doku (Rennes) 2002
  23. Ilya Zabarnyi (Dinamo Kiev) 2002
  24. Kaio Jorge (Santos) 2002
  25. Becir Omeragic (FC Zurich) 2002
  26. Filip Stevanovic (Partizan) 2002
  27. Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich) 2003
  28. Kamaldeen Sulemana (Nordsjaelland) 2002
  29. Adam Hlozek (Sparta Prague) 2002
  30. Anatoliy Troubine (Shakhtar) 2001
  31. Benoit Badiashile (Monaco) 2001
  32. Rodrygo (Real Madrid) 2001
  33. Gabriel Martinelli (Arsenal) 2001
  34. Kvaratskhelia (Rubin Kazan) 2001
  35. Gabriel Veron (Palmeiras) 2002
  36. Moses Caicedo (Independent of the Valley) 2001
  37. Christos Tzolis (PAOK) 2002
  38. Michael Olise (Reading) 2001
  39. Ander Barrenetxea (Real Sociedad) 2001
  40. Aster Vranckx (Malinas) 2002
  41. Fabio Silva (Wolverhampton)2002
  42. Matias Arezo (River Plate of Uruguay) 2002
  43. Leonidas Stergiou (St. Gallen) 2002
  44. Nicolas Raskin (Standard Lieja) 2001
  45. Aaron Hickey (Bolonia) 2002
  46. Alan Velasco (Independent) 2002
  47. Arnaud Kalimuendo (Lens) 2002
  48. Lassina Traoré (Ajax) 2001
  49. David Strelec (Slovan Bratislava) 2001
  50. They scrape Cherki (Lyon) 2003
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