In Manchester United's 2-1 win over Sunderland, Adnan Januzaj scored twice to win the Reds the game. He also became one of the club's five youngest Premier League scorers...
Adnan Januzaj (18 years, 8 months) v Sunderland, 5 Oct 2013
The youngster's two goals at the Stadium of Light were both brilliantly taken and secured United a vital three points on his first Premier League start.
Nick Powell (18yrs, 5 months, 24 days) v Wigan, 15 Sep 2012
The former Crewe midfielder may have found first-team chances limited since, but his thunderbolt strike in Autumn last year shows the potential he possesses.
Rafael (18, 3 months, 30 days) v Arsenal, 8 Nov 2008
Now a fully-fledged first-teamer, the Brazilian right-back was still new to the side back then. Although this goal came in a 2-1 defeat, it was a stunner nonetheless.
Danny Welbeck (17, 11 months, 20 days v Stoke, 15 Nov 2008
For a local lad, to take the ball on the halfway line, play a one-two and then smash a shot into the top corner at the Stretford End was the stuff of dreams.
Federico Macheda (17, 7 months, 15 days) v Villa, 5 Apr 2009
United comebacks are commonplace; this was different. A 17-year-old Italian kid comes off the bench to seal a last-gasp win amid a title race with Liverpool. Incredible.