Ansu Fati's remarkable season reached new heights, breaking a record held by former Ghana striker Peter Ofori-Quaye as the youngest scorer in UEFA Champions League history.
Fati, aged 17 and 40 days old, came off the bench at the San Siro to score an 87th-minute winner and dump Italian giants Inter out the Champions League.
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His goal breaks the record of Ofori-Quaye, who spent four years in the academy of Ajax Cape Town before going on to score in Europe's elite club competition at 17-years and 194 days old for Olympiacos.
"I've just been told [I have broken the record]. I am super happy with the goal and with the win," Fati said, as per Marca. "It's a dream. Everything seems to be happening so quickly.
"It's just about enjoying myself and learning from the best. Every time I get a chance, I will try to take it, either by scoring goals or by working hard."
Fati has scored three goals and registered a solitary assist in 12 games since making his first-team debut in August.