At the age of 18 Kylian Mbappe is already a league title winner with six caps for the French national team to his name.
But another record wouldn’t hurt would it Kylian?
After scoring against Celtic, his second goal in two games for new employers PSG, Mbappe is now a Champions League record holder.
He is the first player to score a Champions League goal for two different clubs as a teenager, having netted for Monaco last season.
That piece of history can find a nice little place on his mantelpiece next to the ‘most expensive teenager on the planet’ award he’s currently holding.
The 18-year-old has now scored seven Champions League goals as a teenager, taking him level with a striking legend.
Can you name the player he’s currently tied with?
Yep, it’s only bloody Kluivert.
At the age of 18 the Dutchman scored the winning goal in the 1995 Champions League final for Ajax, becoming the youngest player to do so.
Kluivert ended his career with league titles in two different countries and a Champions League medal to match.
What are the odds on Mbappe topping that?
We’d say pretty high.