GREAT GOAL AGAINST OSASUNA
Ansu Fati, the youngest scorer of Barça in the League
Published:31/08/2019 - 19:53h
Updated:31/08/2019 - 19:53h
If Ansu Fati had made history in his league debut against Betis, against Osasuna he managed to score and become the youngest culé scorer in the League
The FC Barcelona left of the Sadar with a flavour agridulce. Sour by a tie that hampers a lot the things to the culés in League if teams like the Athletic of Madrid or the Real Madrid do not puncture in his respective parties. Dulce, by the good ways that saw in second time and, especially, to the jovencísimo Ansu Fati.
The past day, in the party that the Barça played in the Camp Nou against the Real Betis, the one of Guinea Bissau turned into the second younger footballer in debuting in League with the FC Barcelona, with only 16 years. In this duel already left good feelings and brushed the goal with a shot crossed that it went by very little near of the stick.
Against the verdiblancos, Ansu Fati fulfilled his dream in a party without pressure, with a wide marker and the team working to perfection. But, against the Osasuna, turned into the first resource that Ernesto took into account to trace back a party that began losing. In the rest, went in to the field substituting to Nélson Semedo.
Ansu Fati Planted in the left-handed profile of the attack and did not take too much in going in in contact with the ball. And, when it carried six minutes on the terrain of game, achieved to mark cabeceando a centre of Carles Pérez. A goal with double value, so much for being the tie as by what supposed to statistical level.
Ansu Fati Turned into the youngest footballer in marking a goal in the national championship of League in the history of the FC Barcelona. It did it with 16 years and 304 days of age, surpassing to Bojan Krkic, that attained it with 17 years and 53 days and to Leo Messi, that did it with 17 years and 331 days.
Tercero in the history of LaLiga
Ansu Fati Turned into the third younger player in attaining a goal in the history of First Division. The youngest player in marking a goal was Fabrice Olinga, marking in his debut with the Málaga with 16 years and 98 days. The second was Iker Muniaín, of the Athletic Club, with 16 years and 289 days.