Mbappe becomes youngest Champions League semi-final scorer

The phenom scored in the second half of his side's match at Juventus Stadium, adding another accomplishment to his growing list of achievements

Kylian Mbappe has become the youngest ever Champions League semi-final goal scorer with his second-half strike at Juventus.

At age 18 years, 140 days, the Monaco striker made history with a 69th-minute goal on Tuesday, converting from a close-range Joao Moutinho pass. 

The France international topped the previous mark set by Obafemi Martins, who scored for Inter against Milan in 2003 at age 18 years, 197 days.

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The goal also put an end to Juventus' 689-minute shutout streak – the second longest in Champions League history. 

The teenager's strike was only a consolation for Monaco, with the goal making it 2-1 Juve on the night and 4-1 on aggregate. The Old Lady advanced to the final in Cardiff with a 4-1 win over the two legs. 

Mbappe has now scored in five of his first six Champions League knockout matches, with the semi-final first leg in Monaco the only match in which he's failed to find the back of the net.