Ansu Fati addressed Barcelona’s 5-1 rout of Ferencvaros in their Champions League opener.
Barcelona sensation Ansu Fati said he is continuing to learn from superstar captain Lionel Messi, after setting a Champions League record on Tuesday,
In 16 consecutive Champions League campaigns, Messi became the first player to score after his 27th-minute penalty opened the scoring for Barcelona.
Fati doubled the lead with a volley as before celebrating his 18th birthday he became the first player to have scored two Champions League goals.
“Messi is still Messi,” Fati told Movistar post-match. “He can score in any action.”
“We are very happy to have him here with us and I continue to learn from him.”
“We start with a good victory, we have to continue like that,” Fati added. “It’s [his goal] thanks to all my team-mates, they make things easy for me. It’s a fantastic pass from Frenkie [De Jong] and I just had to push the ball.”