Ansu Fati told me I had 8 days to beat him: Gavi opens up on his Spain record

“Ansu [Fati] said I had eight days to break his record… Gavi stated, as quoted by Diario Sport, “He was thrilled I did it, and we’re both really happy to be here.”

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“I’m hoping for a lot more goals.” Rodri delivered it to me, I took possession of the ball and tried to bend it with my left foot; I celebrated immediately since we were losing and wanted to rally.

“I’m proud of the achievement. Not only that, but I’m thrilled to be a member of the senior team. I appreciate those who have put their faith in me, as well as my teammates.”

Gavi became Spain’s youngest goalscorer when he scored against Czechia at the age of 17 years and 305 days. Fati, another Barcelona player, set the previous record when he scored his first goal at the age of 17 years and 311 days.

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