Jamal Musiala scored his first Champions League goal for Bayern Munich at the age of 17 on Tuesday night.
That makes him the youngest Englishman to score in Europe’s premier club competition… or is he?
Earlier this week, it was reported in the Mail that the youngster looks set to snub the Three Lions in favor of playing for Germany.
Musiala was born in Germany, but moved to England and went through Chelsea academy.
He qualifies for both nations and also for Nigeria because of his father’s nationality.
So far, the promising young attacking midfielder has spent more time representing England.
He played for the Three Lions in the Under-15s, Under-16s, Under-17s and now Under-21s, but has also made a few appearances for the Under-16s in Germany.
As he has not yet been selected for the senior squad of either country, he is still free to choose who he will represent.
If the reports are to be believed, he is heading towards Die Mannschaft, but Peter Crouch reacted to his goal in Bayern’s 4-1 win over Lazio by calling on England to ‘get him styled’.
Crouch told BT Sport: “I believe that [call him up now].
“This kid, he’s 17, we don’t want him to go play for Germany.
“I don’t know what his decisions are, where his mind is right now – he’s playing in Germany and will have a lot of Germans in his ear telling him what to do.
“But why not style it?” Bring him in, cap him and we’ll see how his career unfolds.
“I mean he’s 17, to play in the Champions League – I think back to when I was 17, I was more interested in my driving theory test at that age!
“It’s an incredible achievement and he has a very big future.”