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Ansu Fati made history by debuting with the U21 National Team against Montenegro and becoming the second-youngest player to play with the national team at 16. A milestone for the player born in Guinea and who has become the revelation of Barcelona in the league boot.
A beginning so promising that the player has achieved dual citizenship to play with Spain. Fati left in minute 79 for Cucurella in the match against Montenegro and with 16 years is the second youngest to get it. The first on the list is Bojan, who debuted with the U21 with 16 years against Georgia in June 2007. The former Barça player did so with 16 years and nine months.
Fati does it now with 16 years, but 11 months. Although the young talent of Barça, which caused a sensation among young Montenegrins who came to see his change, he does after having played six official games with Barcelona, between the League and Champions, while Bojan had barely played a friendly summer before Egypt.
In the discount against Montenegro could cause a penalty and shortly after had a shot at close range that the goalkeeper deflected.
Source: JFKNewsonline.com/Sports/Stephen Appiah