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VIGO, SPAIN - JUNE 27: Ansu Fati of FC Barcelona is challenged by Joseph Aidoo of Celta de Vigo during the Liga match between RC Celta de Vigo and FC Barcelona at Abanca-Balaídos on June 27, 2020 in Vigo, Spain. (Photo by Jose Manuel Alvarez/Quality Sport Images/Getty Images)

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