17 years Old Ansu Fati becomes Spain’s second youngest ever player

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Ansu Fati

Sports Desk – 17 years Old Barcelona star Ansu Fati became Spain’s second youngest ever player on Thursday when he came on as a substitute during his country’s UEFA Nations League clash with Germany.

The Barca starlet replaced Jesus Navas at half-time to become the second youngest player ever to debut for Spain and the youngest in 84 years.

Ansu Fati
Ansu Fati

Barcelona attacker Fati entered the field as a replacement for Jesus Navas just after half-time in Stuttgart aged 17 years and 308 days, just a few days older than Angel Zubieta was when he faced Czechoslovakia for Spain in 1936.

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