Amad Diallo and Mason Greenwood recorded a rare feat when they linked up for a Manchester United goal against Leicester on Tuesday.
Diallo assisted Greenwood to equalise for the Red Devils in the first half of the Premier League clash at Old Trafford.
Diallo, 18, charged down the wing and cut back to his 19-year-old team-mate who took a touch on the edge of the box, evaded a challenge and then smashed into the bottom corner.
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What was special about the goal?
The goal is the first time a teenager has assisted another teenager for a Premier League goal in 15 years.
The last time two teenagers combined to find the net in the English top flight was in 2006, when David Wheater assisted Adam Johnson for Middlesbrough in a 1-1 draw with Bolton in May 2006.
Thomas sets record against United
Greenwood's goal cancelled out an earlier strike from another teenager, Leicester left-back Luke Thomas.
The 19-year-old volleyed into the top corner just 10 minutes into the clash to register his first league goal.
He is the youngest player ever to net his maiden Premier League goal against the Red Devils at Old Trafford.