Spain tops League A Group 4 after thrashing Ukraine 4-0 on matchday 2 of the UEFA Nation League at the Santiago Bernabeu. Ansu Fati, Ramos, and Ferran Torres get on the scoring board with wonderful performances from the trio in the game.
Ansu Fati became the youngest Spanish scorer after scoring a curler from outside the 18-yard box to leave the goalkeeper on the ground, he was so electric in the game drawing out the foul that led to the opener. The tricky in his foot gave enough contact for the referee to pick the foul which led to a penalty.
Ramos scored a penalty and later a header to make it 2-0 on the night by the Spaniard skipper.
Just after the half-hour in the match, the teenager again on his offensive runs down the left, shifts the ball to his right, and bends it to the far post, hit the post, and riggles into the net.
The youngest scorer record was held by Juan Errazquin at 18 years and 344 days old with his goal against Switzerland on June 1, 1925, he even bagged a hattrick in the game.
Now, Ansu Fati breaks the record and set a new one at 17 years and 311 days old.