Kylian Mbappe has been one of the young stars shining brightest in the Champions League over the past two seasons and now boasts another record in the competition.
Mbappe scored his powerful header at the age of 18 years, 11 months and 15 days, beating the previous Champions League record by nearly two years. And he did so by some margin!
The teenage striker became the youngest player ever to score 10 Champions League goals with a header for Paris St Germain away to Bayern Munich.
Mbappe is almost two years younger than Karim Benzema, the previous holder of the mark, was when he pulled off the feat at 20 years and ten months.
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Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi and Real Madrid legend Raul both did it when they were age 21.
Meanwhile, Wayne Rooney, who is the no.6 on the all-time list, did it two weeks after his 22nd birthday while playing for Manchester United.
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He has scored four times for free scoring PSG in their group this season, to add to the six he managed in the red and white of Monaco.
It was a crucial goal, despite the fact that PSG went on to lose 3-1 in Germany, as it ensured the French side finished top of their group with a better head-to-head record than Bayern.
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The Bundesliga champions did manage to spoil PSG's flawless ChampionsLeague record, but only could muster a 3-1 victory, meaning the Parisians will move on as Group B winners.