Barcelona starlet Ansu Fati becomes Spain’s youngest goalscorer with strike vs Ukraine in Nations League t

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By Jake Bacon 6th September 2020, 10:37 pm Updated: 7th September 2020, 8:32 am Ansu Fati has become Spain’s youngest ever goalscorer at 17 years and 311 days old. The Barcelona starlet scored his country’s third goal in a 4-0 Nations League win over Ukraine on Sunday. Getty Images – Getty Fati is looking to cement a place in Spain’s squad ahead of Euro 2020 next year Getty Images – Getty Fati was too hot to handle for Ukraine He received the ball from Manchester United target Sergio Reguilon before cutting in and firing an unstoppable strike in off the post in the 32nd minute. Fati, who was also starting for the first time for Spain in just his second cap, also won a third-minute penalty, which was converted by Sergio Ramos. It is another record for the forward who holds youngest scoring feats for Barcelona and in the Champions League. Ramos completed his brace just three minutes before Fati’s goal as Man City new boy Ferran Torres added a fourth late on. What an incredible moment for Spain’s Ansu Fati! 😍 The 17-year-old Barcelona prospect opens his account for the national team in style! 🎯 Watch their UEFA Nations League clash with Ukraine on Sky Sports Football via the red button! 🔴 — Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) September 6, 2020 Fati received a maiden Spain call-up last month after a breakthrough season with Barcelona which saw him score eight times. Speaking after the Ukraine thrashing, Spain boss Luis Enrique was full of praise for the teenager. He said: “At Ansu’s age, it would be easy for things to go to his head, but this guy is too mature for that. NEWS Newcastle seal triple signing, Ole talks with Sancho, agent works on Man City transfer magpies swoop Newcastle to announce three signings as Wilson, Fraser and Lewis deals agreed Angry Dan Rose and Mourinho have heated exchange, as he labels certain teammates ‘s***’ goss Arsenal news live: Atletico offer hope in Partey deal, Lyon need more cash for Aouar Blues goss Chelsea news live: Mount’s dad slams ‘b*******’ claim, keeper talks advanced goss Man United news live: Sancho and Solskjaer’s conversations, Van de Beek’s Spurs text GOSS Liverpool news live: Legend thinks Reds could sign Sancho, Wijnaldum asking price Claims Talks between Chelsea and Rennes reach ‘crucial stage’ over Edouard Mendy transfer done deal Wolves complete second signing of summer as Brazilian full-back arrives Honest Cascarino sympathises with ‘vulnerable’ Sanchez after striker’s Man United comments “He already knows he’s got to follow the right route – he’s laidback and humble about what’s happening to him. “That doesn’t mean we won’t have matches when things don’t go so well for Ansu, when he makes mistakes. “All that simply forms part of his apprenticeship. All the same, his achievements to date are far from normal.”,

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