Ansu Fati becomes Champions League's youngest scorer with goal for Barcelona v Inter Milan


Ansu Fati has made a huge impact at Barcelona this season.

The Spain Under-21 international became Barcelona’s youngest ever goalscorer when he netted his first goal for the club earlier this season.

He also became the third-youngest player to score in a La Liga match.

And on Tuesday night, Fati became the youngest goalscorer in Champions League history.

The 17-year-old came on for Carles Perez against Inter Milan in the 85th minute and scored the winning goal moments later.

Watch Fati’s winning goal for Barcelona here…

What a lovely finish.

This kid is the real deal, alright.

At 17 years and 40 days, Fati has broken the 22-year record which was previously held by Peter Ofori-Quaye, who scored for Olympiacos against Rosenborg in October 1997.

And how about this for a stat…

Fati is the first player younger than Grand Theft Auto: Vice City to score a Champions League goal.

Vice City was released on 27 October 2002.

Fati was born four days later.

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