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Lionel Messi Produces Incredible Pass In The Build-Up To Ansu Fati's El Clasico Goal

Lionel Messi Produces Incredible Pass In The Build-Up To Ansu Fati's El Clasico Goal

Ansu Fati became the youngest goal scorer in El Clasico history after bagging a superb team goal for Barcelona.

Fati, 17, equalised three minutes after Real Madrid's Federico Valverde opened the scoring at the Camp Nou on Saturday.

Lionel Messi lofted a delightful pass to Jordi Alba who squared to Fati who completed the move with a tidy finish past Thibaut Courtois.

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Messi's involvement in his side's goal got fans talking online.

One Twitter user wrote: "WHAT A PASS FROM MESSI, ANSU FATI SCORES 1-1."

A second tweeted: "WHAT A MAGNIFICENT PASS FROM MESSI OVER THE TOP."

A third added: "That ball over the top by Messi to Alba was great."

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At 17 years and 359 days, Fati becomes the youngest ever El Clasico scorer.

He's also Barcelona's youngest goal scorer and the youngest Champions League goal scorer, among other records.

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A generational talent who continues to impress with every display for the Catalan outfit.

Featured Image Credit: La Liga TV/La Liga TV

Topics: Football News, Football, El Clasico, Barcelona, Lionel Messi, Ansu Fati, Real Madrid

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