Marcus Rashford has become the youngest player ever to score on his debut for England - and he did it after just two minutes and 18 seconds against Australia.
In the pre-Euros friendly, the 18-year-old sent the ball into the back of the net while fans were still pouring into the ground.
If you're good enough, you're old enough. Not just as a United fan, but as a football fan too. #Rashford
-- Nicole (@UnitedSheStands) May 27, 2016
Two minutes into his debut, first shot at goal and Rashford scores. That's just what the boy does. Effortless finish #ENGvAUS
-- Omar Soliman (@wiz52) May 27, 2016
There seems to be no doubt among fans that the Manchester United striker deserves his place in the final Euro 2016 squad for France.
No brainier to take Rashford....the debate should be do you take Sterling..#ENGvAUS
-- Russell Maynard (@maynardqpr) May 27, 2016
-- Matthew Jones (@jonesy071191) May 27, 2016
-- Paul Welbourne (@wellers) May 27, 2016
But his success at such a tender age does put things into rather harsh perspective...
Rashford's 18 and scored the first goal for tonight's match. I'm 21 and in my overdraft. #ENGvAUS
-- Steph Chungu (@Steph_C__) May 27, 2016
Rashford is 18 and starting for England, while I'm sat here at 19 stealing my mates chips because I can't afford to buy any #ENGvAUS
-- Matthew Nutting (@mattynutting) May 27, 2016