Erling Haaland scored his Golden Boy victory in style by scoring a 17-minute treble and finished with four goals as Borussia Dortmund beat the winners 5-2 at Hertha Berlin.
Earlier on Saturday, the Norway international was crowned the 2020 Golden Boy for Best Under-21 player in a European country’s Premier League, finishing ahead of Barcelona and Spain Ansu Fati and Canadian left-back Bayern Munich Alphonso Davies.
The 20-year-old has been in sensational form this season with 10 goals in his last six games in all competitions for Dortmund – and 21 in 17 appearances for club and country this season.
Matheus Cunha gave the home side the lead by 25 meters after 33 minutes, but the game was called up by Haaland.
The Norwegian forward equalized at close range two minutes into the second half, then quickly added another before bringing the score to 3-1 just after the hour after hanging on to a stray backpass.
Raphael Guerreiro struck in the fourth in the 70th minute, Cunha removing a goal for the stunned hosts from the penalty spot.
From the restart, Haaland scored his fourth after being played by substitute Jude Bellingham.
The match also marked the senior debut for much-loved teenager Youssoufa Moukoko, who became the youngest person to appear in a professional match in Germany.
The Dortmund academy graduate, who has scored 141 goals in 88 youth games for the club, came in with five minutes left.