Kylian Mbappe’s strike against Juventus saw the Monaco striker make a little bit of history, despite it only being what appeared to be a consolation goal.
The France international scored from close range in the second half of the second leg to end Juventus’ 690 minute run of not conceding in European football.
And the talented Manchester United, Chelsea and Arsenal target wrote himself into the history books in the process.
At 18 years and 140 days old, Mbappe is now the competition’s youngest ever scorer in a semi-final.
His six Champions League goals have all come in the knockout phase and in just six appearances, having scored against every team Monaco have faced since advancing from the group stages.
He scored three times against Borussia Dortmund in the quarter-finals, twice against Manchester City in the last-16 and added an extra goal for good measure against Juventus.
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