England International made it straight with a goal in two European matches and in the process broke the record set by the PSG star.
Jude Bellingham surpassed Killian Mbabane’s record by scoring against Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League on Wednesday.
The teen opened the scoring before halftime to help Earling Holland as the Bundesliga won 2-1.
With his goal, Bellingham became the youngest player to consistently score in the Champions League.
Before Wednesday, Bellingham’s recent Champions League offer came in the second leg of last season’s quarter-final against Manchester City.
The midfielder started scoring for Dortmund in the first half, before City trailed by two goals in a 4-2 aggregate victory.
By scoring against Belschham in Dortmund’s 2021-22 Champions League opener, Bellingham broke Mbabane’s record with Monaco in March 2017 at the age of 18 years, 78 days, when he was 18 years, 85 days old.
In addition, Bellingham became the youngest Englishman to score a goal in the Champions League, a record previously held by Liverpool’s Trent Alexander Arnold (19 years 10 days vs. Maribor in October 2017).
What’s next for Dortmund?
After bringing their Champions League campaign to a perfect start, Dortmund returned to domestic action against Union Berlin on Sunday.
There will be another Bundesliga match against Borussia Mچnchengladbach on September 28 before Marco Rose’s return to the Champions League.