Monday, September 16, 2019


After being Barca's earliest scorer in Liga, the talent Ansu Fati has the option of making history in Europe if he scores. Fati would surpass Peter Ofori-Quaye, who scored at age 17 and 195 days against Olympiacos in October 1997, to be the ever youngest scorer in Champions League.



When he's breaking the best record in La Liga, tomorrow against Borussia Dortmund, he has the option to make history in the Champions League. If he plays, he will beat Bojan himself as the youngest debutant with Barca.

In Europe, and always in Champions League, Ansu Fati could be scorer recordman. Fati could be the youngest scorer in history, a record that is currently held by Peter Ofori-Quaye, who scored at age of 17 and 195 days with Olympiacos against Rosenborg in October 1997.



Youngest UEFA Champions League scorers

  • 17 years 195 days: Peter Ofori-Quaye (Rosenborg – Olympiacos 5-1, 01/10/97)

  • 17 years 216 days: Mateo Kovacic (Dinamo de Zagreb – Lyon 1-7, 07/12/11)

  • 17 years 218 days: Cesc Fabregas (Arsenal – Rosenborg 5-1, 07/12/04)

  • 17 years 218 days: Bojan Krkic (Schalke – Barcelona 0-1, 01/04/08)

  • 17 years 241 days: Martin Klein (Panathinaikos – Sparta de Praga 2-1, 27/02/02)



Younger UEFA Champions League debutants

  • 16 years 87 days: Celestine Babayaro (Anderlecht – Steaua 1-1, 23/11/94)

  • 16 years 128 days: Alen Halilovic(Dínamo de Zagreb - Paris Saint-Germain 0-2, 24/10/12)

  • 16 years 148 days: Youri Tielemans (Anderlecht – Olympiacos 0-3, 02/10/13)

  • 16 years 242 days: Charis Mavrias (Panathinaikos - Rubin Kazan 0-0, 20/10/10)

  • 16 years 263 days: Kenneth Zohore (Barcelona – Copenhague 2-0, 20/10/10)

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