Teenager Ansu Fati became the youngest gamer to score for Spain in a 4-0 win against Ukraine in the Nations League the other day [Macau time]

Fati scored Spain’s 3rd objective from outside the area in the 32nd minute to become the nation’s youngest scorer at the age of 17 years, 311 days. The previous record was held by Juan Errazquin, who scored for Spain in 1925 at 18 years, 344 days.

Fati began his strong efficiency by dribbling past Oleksandr Tymchyk prior to he was tripped by Serhiy Kryvtsov in the location. That established Sergio Ramos to go to the charge area in the third minute and rating his first of two goals.

Spain coach Luis Enrique stated he had hardly ever seen the level of self-confidence that Barcelona forward Fati has displayed with the national group considering that his launching on Thursday against Germany.

” It is not normal,” Luis Enrique stated. “At his age it is very easy for the hype to get to you, however Ansu is mature enough to remain on the course that he is following. He is level-headed and with his feet on the ground.”

Ramos got his 2nd with a header in the 29th, netting his 23rd international objective to move level with Alfredo Di Stéfano as Spain’s 8th all-time leading scorer.

New Manchester City signing Ferran Torres capped the win with an objective in the 84th after coming on as a replacement.

Spain leads its Nations League group with 4 points after Germany drew 1-1 with Switzerland. Ukraine has three points, Germany 2 and Switzerland one in Group 4 of League A. AP