Breaking into the senior team of Barcelona is a great experience for Ansu Fati. Barcelona have already treated Fati as one of best talented young players this season, even having him participate in promotional videos that are reserved for new signings.
Fati named his four best players in the football history without Lionel Messi despite his experience with the Argentine.
He begins with his favourite goalkeeper, Victor Valdes, Barca's former goalkeeper as the best goalkeeper in football history, whom he tipped for his leadership abilities.
He chose former Barcelona captain, Carlos Puyol as his favourite defender. He selected Puyol for his good character and his impact as a captain.
In his midfield, he chose Xavi for his vision and his ability to read games, another very important player in Barcelona football history.
When Ansu Fati arrived at picking his best attacker ever, he chose former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba instead of Lionel Messi. He tipped Drogba ahead of Messi because of his goals scoring potentials.
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