Barcelona player entered the Guinness Book of Records

The ‘pearl’ of Barcelona is beginning to shine on and off the court. Not all young footballers reach an important role in their careers, like the nationalized Spanish winger. Ansu Fati entered the Guinness Book of Records.

He set an interesting record at his young age.

Everything indicates that this 2020 will be full of recognitions for the player of bisauguinean blood, has the chance to win the 2020 Golden Boy, As the best young player in european football.

In fact, in his debut season (2019/20) with the ‘Culés’ he had good performances, despite the change of coach; scored 7 goals and 1 assist in 33 official matches (between Liga, Copa del Rey, Spanish Super Cup and Champions League).

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What did Ansu Fati do to enter the Guinness Book of Records?

In the new edition of the Guinness Book of Records, corresponding to the 2019-2020 academic year, the jewel of Barcelona appeared as the ‘youngest scorer in a UEFA Champions League game’.

A goal he got against Inter Milan, in the Group Stage of the last edition of the Champions League, to tie the match at 86 ‘. Considering that he made this goal to the 17 years and 40 days. This match was held on December 10, 2019.

The brand appeared on the page 214.

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He is not the only Blaugrana found in the book. Lionel Messi was assigned as the first player in football history to get 6 ‘Ballons d’Or’; the last one he won in December of last year.

The elements of Barça have become an example for the new generations. With work, dedication and effort, important accolades can be achieved.

Other international football records that were taken into account in said book are:

Erling Haaland: First player to do 9 goals in a U-20 World Cup and second youngest footballer to score 3 goals, in a Bundesliga game.

Jürgen Klopp: 18 consecutive wins in the Premier League, with Liverpool.

Ildefonso Lima: Player with longer international career, with 22 years and 148 days.

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