Lionel Messi: Fans believe Barcelona captain echoes Ronaldinho celebration with Ansu Fati

Lionel Messi: Fans believe Barcelona captain echoes Ronaldinho celebration with Ansu Fati

- Lionel Messi and Ansu Fati combined well to score in Barcelona's 2-1 win over Levante

- Fans believe the relationship the duo resembles that of Messi and Ronaldinho years back

- Fati is now the youngest player to score a brace in La Liga at the age of 17

Lionel Messi provided two assists for youngster Ansu Fati as Barcelona defeated Levante by 2-1 in their weekend's game.

And fans are excited with the pair combining well to get two of the goals with some supporters claiming Messi is echoing Ronaldinho's celebration with the 17-year-old.

Fati became the youngest player to score a brace in La Liga and it looks like Messi will be handing over the mantle to the young Spanish star.

A video clip of both players celebrating the goals emerged online and fans have viewed it over 14,000 times.

Back in 2005, Ronaldinho and Messi shared the same celebration after the Argentine assisted the Brazilian legend to score in a match against Albacete.

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And Barca fans think the relationship between the Barca stars resembles a previous pairing.

“Messi is treating him the Ronaldinho did,” one supporter said.

And Messi celebrate by jumping into the former No.10’s arms.

Another fan commented: “Messi passing on the torch he got from Ronaldinho.”

While a third suggested the starlet’s future was secure.

“Ronaldinho to Messi to Fati,” they said.

“Barca’s latest superstar has arrived.”

And a fourth added: “History repeating itself.”

It comes as new Barca boss Quique Setien has opened up on his relationship with Messi.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Kepa Arrizabalaga could be on his way out of Chelsea as reports claim Frank Lamaprd is in the market for a new shot-stopper in the summer.

According to news media outlet Cope, the Spaniard could have played his last game for the Blues after Willy Caballero took his place in the 2-2 draw against Leicester City.

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Legit.ng also reported that Jose Mourinho's Tottenham got the better of Man City and it was the Portuguese's sixth victory over Pep Guardiola in his managerial career.

But the contest was marred with controversies especially when Raheem Sterling was not sent off after a second bookable offence.

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