Ansu Fati became the youngest Champions League goalscorer on Tuesday night as his winner gave Barcelona a 2-1 win over Inter Milan at the San Siro Stadium.
The youngster is enjoying a breakout season at the Catalan side, and once again made the difference in Italy as an already-qualified Barcelona sent Inter crashing out of the competition.
His goal made him the youngest, beating 155 days the mark set by Peter Ofori-Quaye in 1997, five years before the Blaugrana prospect was born.
Other notable names in the top 10 lineup include former Arsenal, Barcelona and Chelsea star Francesc Fabrega, Liverpool attacker Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain as well as Chelsea's Mateo Kovacic.
But who are the other youngest goalscorers in the competition's history?
- 17 years 40 days: Ansu Fati (Internazionale Milano 1-2 Barcelona, 10/12/19)
- 17 years 195 days: Peter Ofori-Quaye (Rosenborg 5-1 Olympiacos, 01/10/97)
- 17 years 216 days: Mateo Kovačić (Dinamo Zagreb 1-7 Lyon, 07/12/11)
- 17 years 218 days: Cesc Fàbregas (Arsenal 5-1 Rosenborg, 07/12/04)
- 17 years 218 days: Bojan Krkić (Schalke 0-1 Barcelona, 01/04/08)
- 17 years 241 days: Martin Klein (Panathinaikos 2-1 Sparta Praha, 27/02/02)
- 17 years 263 days: Breel Embolo (Basel 4-0 Ludogorets, 04/11/14)
- 17 years 300 days: Aaron Ramsey (Fenerbahçe 2-5 Arsenal, 21/10/08)
- 17 years 322 days: Karim Benzema (Lyon 2-1 Rosenborg, 06/11/05)
- 18 years 44 days: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (Arsenal 2-1 Olympiacos, 28/09/11)
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