Ryan Sessegnon has made Premier League history by becoming the first player born in the 21st century to score a goal in the English top flight.
There were 34 minutes on the clock when the talented teenager rewrote the record books.
Sessegnon was sent clean through by a clever flick from Aleksandar Mitrovic and kept his cool to calmly slot past Neil Etheridge.
That effort proved to be a landmark one for the youngster, with his name set to be forever etched into football folklore.
Sessegnon, who was born in May 2000, was widely tipped to make an instant impact among English football’s elite after helping Fulham to promotion in 2017-18.
He starred during a successful campaign for the Cottagers which ended with play-off final joy at Wembley Stadium.
The 18-year-old, who is expected to make a senior breakthrough with England at some stage, netted 15 times in the second tier as he helped to book a place back in the big time.
He has found the going tougher than expected in the top tier, and has admitted as much.
Sessegnon told the Daily Mail: "It's been a bit harder than I thought it would be actually in some parts in terms of the quality of opposition and the players.
"There are world-class players week in, week out but it's a new challenge that I'm learning all the time. I've got in the gym a few times this season to get bigger and stronger to face better and bigger players."
That hard work is now being rewarded, with Sessegnon off the mark in the Premier League and looking to guide Fulham away from a relegation dogfight.