Barcelona: Champions League history awaits Ansu Fati
Barcelona Could also break records in Europe
The Blaugrana academy product played his first LaLiga Santander game against Real Betis and scored his first goal at Osasuna.
Against Valencia at the Camp Nou, he only needed two minutes to open the scoring, before providing the assist for Frenkie de Jong’s goal.
He was replaced by Luis Suarez with half an hour to go and he became the talk of the town in Spain, declaring his candidacy for a starting line-up spot against Dortmund.
The competition record, however, belongs to Celestine Babayaro who played his first game in the competition aged 16 years, two months and 25 days for Anderlecht against Steaua Bucharest.
Should he score, however, he would overtake former Olympiacos striker Peter Ofori-Quaye, who celebrated his first Champions League goal at 17 years and 195 days.
Meanwhile, Wlodzimierz Lubanski is the youngest player to ever score in the old European Cup, with his goal against Dukla Prague as a Gornik Zabrze player back on November 13, 1963.