ANSU FATI SPAIN:-
Ansu Fati believes that the heroic performance for Spain in the very first international start could convince Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman to allow him more first-team opportunity in Barcelona.
The young sensation became Spain’s youngest ever scorer at 17 years and 311 days after scoring a goal in the first half against Ukraine in the Nations League. Ansu Fati was instrumental throughout the game for Spain.
Fati made his debut for Spain against Germany on Thursday – becoming Spain’s youngest player in 84 years to play for the national team.
The talented forward had already shown what he can after score the goal against Ukraine. Fati was instrumental for Barcelona in the last season as well and intending to convince new Barcelona coach Koeman that he is one contender for starting X1 in Barca’s first team in the upcoming season.
The young lad had played 33 matches for Barcelona, scoring 8 goals and assisting once in his debut season for Blaugrana.
Fati responded when asked is it possible to play more at Barca this season.”I will continue working hard but it is something that the coach will decide”
“I will train hard to earn a spot in the team if I have the opportunity, I will try to take benefit of it.”
Ansu Fati made the international debut under the Spanish coach Luis Enrique, who is also a former coach of Barcelona. Fati also breaks the silence of working with Luis Enrique on the national team.
He told that he was kindly greeted into the national team and very excited to work with Enrique.
He added, “It is a pride to work with Luis Enrique and with all the players who are here, they received me with open arms and all the confidence in the world,”
“To continue working, as always, with humility, and everything will come.”
Fati’s first season at Barcelona is something to be proud of, he broke multiple records on his first season with Barcelona. The 17-year-old has booked his place in the history books with some excellent performance at his debut season.
Fati became the second-youngest player to represent Barcelona’s first team, aged 16 years and 298 days.
Fati becomes Barcelona’s youngest ever goalscorer after scoring in a 2-2 draw at Osasuna and broke the record Barcelona legend Lionel Messi and Bojan Krkic previously set which.
Fati’s brace against Valencia in La Liga made him the youngest player to score in the history of the Camp Nou, aged 16 years and 318 days.
Fati’s winning goal against Inter Milan in the Champions League group stages made him the competition’s youngest ever goalscorer in the history of football.
He broke another record after featuring in the El Clasico match and became the youngest player to play El Clasico in the 21st century, aged at 17 years and 48 days.
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