Christian Pulisic smashed an international record for the United States national side last night as he became their youngest-ever player to score in a World Cup qualifier.
The USA away against St Vincent and the Grenadines on the tiny Carribean island and strolled to an easy 6-0 win.
Dortmund’s Pulisic started the match on the bench but replaced Fabian Johnson in the 67th minute.
He bagged his first of the game less than five minutes later to make the score 4-0, then completed his team’s rout with their final goal in the 92nd minute.
He also set up the United States’ fifth goal when he laid on the assist for Sacha Kljestan to slam home (via Echo).
We made a late £11 million bid for the 17-year-old in the final couple of days of the transfer window, but Dortmund rebuffed it.
The Echo recently claimed we would make a new bid next summer — but a lot can happen in 12 months, so watch this space…