Marc Guiu is a Sensation that the world is not ready for

Julian Araujo

For the first seventeen years of his life, Marc Guiu accomplishments seemed unattainable, but now that he has the means to pursue his goals even further, things might become even more terrifying.

Dream Comes True for Marc Guiu

The crafty forward, who was up in the Catalan town of Granollers, dreamed of making his La Liga debut and scoring with his first touch of the ball while wearing the Blaugrana.

Marc Guiu instantly made history by becoming Barcelona’s fifth-youngest goal scorer of all time, ranking with players like Ansu Fati and Lamine Yamal. But it won’t make him who he is. We have a good sense of it.

Because he has the charm and fireworks to match, if you look past the objective that made him steal the show like D-X on a late 90s WWE Raw edition.

He is Something Different

Something that makes Guiu so fascinating is how he breaks out of the stereotype of the typical La Masia prodigy. He is a rule-breaker from the start and possesses all the technical skills required for a Barcelona Academy product to succeed, along with an incredible range of finishing.
We’ve spoken enough about Yamal and his boundless inventiveness here, but Guiu shows that we won’t truly understand him until he plays off a profile as distinctive as the rising 17-year-old’s.

The Spanish teenager should not be able to squirm out of passageways and leave opponents in a heap the way he does, given his height and hold-up play reminiscent of a former Barclays battering ram.

It all starts to seem a little unfair when you combine that with an aimbot-like feeling for goal in Call of Duty games and the capacity to detect xG in and around the 18-yard box.

Xavi Talks Out

After Barcelona’s victory over Athletic Club, manager Xavi said, “I told him he would have one good chance.” “I love seeing the faces of these kids.”

Not being afraid is an understatement. Arriving like a pro, Guiu saw and conquered. Though his blazing start is a moment that will always remain, the hard work has just begun.

Guiu’s next goal is not only to absorb knowledge from the genius of Robert Lewandowski, who came before him, but also to overthrow him and leave a lasting legacy for his childhood club, working alongside players like Yamal.

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