Renato Sanches breaks TWO records at Euro 2016... including one of Ronaldo's!

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The Portugal sensation was named in the starting XI for the Euro 2016 quarter-final meeting with Poland and has made history, both with his appearance and first-half goal

Renato Sanches has broken two records at Euro 2016 having started and then scored in the quarter-final clash with Poland on Thursday.

The Bayern Munich midfielder, who only recently completed a big-money switch to the Bundesliga champions from Benfica, was handed his first start for Portugal and the 18-year-old certainly didn't disappoint.

In featuring in the XI to face Adam Nawalka's men, Sanches broke Cristiano Ronaldo's record as the youngest player to start for Portugal at a major tournament

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And not only that, his equalising goal, with Robert Lewandowski having earlier given Poland the lead, means he is also the youngest ever scorer in a knockout game at any European Championship.

Not bad for an 18-year-old!