Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford's incredible start to his professional career continued at Old Trafford on Sunday against Arsenal.
The 18-year-old marked his Premier League debut with two goals in three minutes as United beat Arsenal 3-2.
Rashford also scored twice on his first-team debut against Danish champions FC Midtjylland in the Europa League on Thursday.
With Manchester United boss Louis Van Gaal calling Rashford a "special talent", Newsround looks at the teenage striker's career so far in numbers.
18 years, 120 days
The age of Rashford when he scored his first Premier League double, exactly the age team-mate Wayne Rooney was when he claimed his first double in the top flight
Marcus Rashford was born on 31 October 1997, a year after Arsene Wenger became manager of Arsenal
When Rashford headed home his second of the afternoon on Sunday he took his tally to four and was averaging a goal every 30.5 minutes in professional football
The number of goals Rashford scored, in 25 starts, when he was top scorer of United's Under-18s last season
Rashford and Danny Welbeck both played for local junior team Fletcher Moss Rangers growing up and the pair were each on target in the first half