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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.
أنسووووووووووووووو فااااااااااااااااااتي :hearts: pic.twitter.com/IbnG4F4S8o
- FCBW #ElClasico (@FCBWxClasico) October 24, 2020
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."
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.
:soccer:@ANSUFATI- FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) October 24, 2020
:white_check_mark: 17 years old
:white_check_mark: Youngest #ElClásico goalscorer in history
:white_check_mark: Ties @LaLigaEN record for most goals ever scored by a player under 18 years old.
I N C R E D I B L E ! pic.twitter.com/6nzYZmPJem
:large_blue_circle::red_circle: :large_blue_circle::red_circle: pic.twitter.com/FNjN0cNv1H- FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) October 24, 2020
A generational talent who continues to impress with every display for the Catalan outfit.
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