Youssoufa Moukoko, the young star of Borussia Dortmund, set himself a European record this Saturday in the game against Hertha.

Youssoufa Moukoko, the very promising prodigy of Borussia Dortmund, continues to offer himself precocious records in this 2020/2021 season. The Cameroonian striker signed a new one on Saturday in Dortmund’s victory against Hertha.

In stoppage time for the game, Moukoko scored his side’s break goal after Julian Brandt opened the scoring in the 51st minute of play. It was his third achievement of the year. Not bad for a 16 year and 113 day element.

Moukoko is not just a shooting star.

In the big five European leagues, no other player has achieved this total at such a late age. The native of Yaoundé is ahead of the times of the passages of the biggest stars of this game.

Even his famous teammate, Erling Haaland, can start to worry if Moukoko keeps up the momentum. Once is not customary, the Norwegian was also silent during this meeting against the team from the capital.

As a reminder, last December, Moukoko had already become the youngest player to perform in the Bundesliga, but also in the Champions League. His manager has continued to trust him ever since, having now totaled 14 appearances for the runners-up Germany for a combined playing time of 400 minutes. And no doubt he will not stop there.