Talented Ghanaian teenager, Felix Afena-Gyan bagged a sensational brace on Sunday night as a substitute to propel AS Roma to a delightful 2-0 win against Genoa in the Italian Serie A.
The exciting prodigy was promoted to the AS Roma senior team just recently after exceptionally establishing himself as one of the best in the youth team.
Today, Felix Afena-Gyan was part of his team matchday squad for the clash against Genoa but missed out on a starting role.
In the 75th minute of the second half when the game was pegged at 0-0, AS Roma manager Jose Mourinho called on the talented teenager as he introduced him to try and win the game.
Stepping up and putting up a fantastic performance, Felix Afena-Gyan scored twice for the away team to power the side to record a 2-0 win.
The Ghanaian has become the first player born in 2003 to score in the Italian Serie A.