Jude Bellingham had an incredible game for Borussia Dortmund on Tuesday night, as the 17-year-old helped his side qualify for the Champions League quarter finals.
It was Erling Haaland who once again stole the headlines for Dortmund, as he usually does in the Champions League, with two goals against Sevilla, including a controversial penalty with an even more controversial celebration.
The brace took the Norwegian striker to 20 in the competition in just 14 games, making the 20-year-old the quickest player to reach that mark, with Harry Kane's previous record of 24 games absolutely destroyed.
However Haaland wasn't the only young player essential to the German's 2-2 draw on the night, with midfielder Bellingham putting on a performance beyond his years.
The teenager, making his sixth start in the Champions League since moving from Championship Birmingham City last summer, put on a masterclass in midfield and his personal highlights show how good he was.
He was recalled against Sevilla and the reaction to his performance speaks for itself, with many calling on Gareth Southgate to call him up for the Euros this summer.
Jude Bellingham's game by numbers vs. Sevilla:- Squawka Football (@Squawka) March 9, 2021
◉ Most duels won (15)
◉ Most tackles made (6)
◉ Most fouls won (5)
◎ 100% take-ons completed
◎ 51 touches
◎ 8 ball recoveries
◎ 2 take-ons
◎ 2 clearances
◎ 0 x dribbled past
Sensational for a 17-year-old. #UCL pic.twitter.com/JFypcNfYv8
Jude Bellingham, what a player.- Borussia Dortmund (@BlackYellow) March 9, 2021
Bellingham has been unbelievable. Just everywhere on the field. Pure energy and hard work. Tackled, blocked, passed, ran...ran even more. Immense performance. He's MOTM here.- David Cartlidge (@davidjaca) March 9, 2021
Amazing to see 17 year old Jude Bellingham having such a big influence in a Champions League knockout tie.- Premier League Panel (@PremLeaguePanel) March 9, 2021
His work rate was absolutely phenomenal as a right sided number 8 vs Sevilla - 19 ball recoveries in total. He was everywhere :clap: pic.twitter.com/Y0mT7arLN3
Bias aside you're mental if you don't think Jude Bellingham should at least be in the squad for the euros. Pisses on the likes of Winks any day of the week- Jonathan (@jonr1875) March 9, 2021
Jude Bellingham is only 17-years old.- UtdArena (@utdarena) March 9, 2021
That fact never ceases to amaze me.
Bellingham is the same age as me and he's bossing the midfield in a UCL knockout match fml- RyKaB ツ :flag_ad: (@RyKaB17) March 9, 2021
Bellingham is working so hard for Dortmund, Dickens is writing a novel about him- Lars Pollmann (@LarsPollmann) March 9, 2021
Bellingham needs to go to the Euros. Kid's balling in the knockout stages of the Champions League.- Nasir Jabbar (@NasJabbar) March 9, 2021
If we are gonna take players performing at the top of their game in the best sides to the euros, surely Bellingham goes?- sean newton (@seannewton5) March 10, 2021
The youngster, who became the third youngest player to play for England back in November, made his debut for Birmingham at the age of 16 years, 38 days, to become the club's youngest player, in August 2019.
He played 44 times for his hometown club, where he'd been since the age of seven, and his performances attracted attention from some of the world's biggest clubs.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer welcomed him for a tour around Manchester United's training ground but he chose to move to Germany, for a reported initial £25 million.
Birmingham were mocked for retiring his number after just one year in the first team but he's showing just how special a player he is right now.