Here we show you some of the youngest goalscorers in UEFA Champions League history
Can you guess which club Ansu Fati scored his first UCL goal against? We have gathered information from Transfermarkt about some of the best players in the world, i.e. their performance statistics throughout all time.
This article will tell you about the 10 youngest goalscorers in UEFA Champions League history.
- Ansu Fati – 17 years 40 days
- Antonio Nusa – 17 years 149 days
- Ofori-Quave – 17 years 194 days
- Mateo Kovacic – 17 years 215 days
- Cesc Fabregas – 17 years 217 days
- Bojan Krkić – 17 years 217 days
- Martin Klein – 17 years 240 days
- Breel Embolo – 17 years 263 days
- Jude Bellingham – 17 years 289 days
- Aaron Ramsey – 17 years 300 days
In the 2019/20 season, Ansu Fati scored a beautiful goal against Inter and became the youngest goalscorer in Champions League history. He was only 17 years and 40 days old in 2020, breaking Ofori-Quave’s record of 24 years.
This season, 17-year-old Antonio Nusa has surpassed the Ghanaian forward to become the second-youngest player to score in the Champions League. He came off the bench to score a goal for Club Brugge in a remarkable 4-0 win at Porto.
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Nusa is the youngest goalscorer in Norwegian league history, not to mention the youngest player to score a goal for Club Brugge.
“I like to cause chaos,” Nusa shared Evening Post in April 2021. “Neymar is my role model because he creates chaos on the pitch with his dribbling, just like me. He is one of the best in the world.”