According to the "Daily Sports" report, Fati was selected in the latest updated Guinness World Records, becoming the youngest scoring player in the highest level intercontinental competition.
The Guinness World Records updated the contents from the second half of 2019 to January 2020. Among them, Fati broke the record and became the youngest scoring player in the highest level intercontinental competition: he scored a goal against Inter Milan on December 10, 2019, when he was only 17 years and 40 days old.
Many players’ world records are also recorded in the Guinness World Records. Among them, Messi is the player who has won the Ballon d'Or award the most times in the world, winning the Ballon d'Or a total of six times. Harland became the second youngest player to win a Bundesliga hat trick in January 2020. Andorra player Ildefonso Lima is the longest national team player in the world. He entered the national team for the first time in 1997 and has accumulated 22 years and 148 days of active service in international competitions.
Liverpool also broke the Guinness World Record with 18 consecutive Premier League games and was included in it.