The 16 year-old striker became the second youngest player in history to make his debut for Spain, in this case with the U21s. Only Bojan made it earlier and Fati was close to doing something in the 15 minutes he was on the pitch.
Ansu Fati is a different footballer altogether. At only 16-years-old, he has already been called up for the Spain Under-21 team, and not only this, but also on his first day, he dared to try the 'crossbar challenge' and he succeeded.
According to the newspaper 'AS', Ansu Fait still doesn't have FIFA clearance to play for Spain. They also state that the Spanish federation is working like a machine to resolve this matter.
The manager David Gordo has named his Spain Under 17s squad for the next 2 fridly matches, but Ansu Fati, who is currently injured, will be available for Luis de la Fuente's u21s.
Hamza Choudhury's reckless challenge on Jonathan Bamba has seen the France winger ruled out of the European Under-21 Championship.
UEFA have expressed their sadness after the death of the Swede Lennart Johansson, ex-UEFA president, and have announced a moment's silence will be held before all matches being played this week.
Phil Foden and Reiss Nelson have kept their places in the England U-21 squad as the side prepare to face Italy and Denmark.