Ghanaian youngster – became the first player born in 2003 to score a goal in Serie A history on Sunday evening.
The Ghanaian sensational forward played the last 15 minutes of the match between Genoa Calcio and his team AS Roma in the Italian Serie A week 14 clash.
No player born in or after 2003 have ever scored in the Italian top-flight and the youngster becomes the first to make history with his brace.
The Two-goal hero Felix Ohene Afena-Gyan was also named the Man-Of-The-Match of AS Roma’s win over Genoa Calcio on Sunday evening.
The 18-year-old versatile forward came from the bench to score two late goals to help the Red and Yellows secure a vital home away win on the road.
Afena-Gyan scored his first goal of the match with a sublime finish from the inside the right side of box into the bottom right corner with a fine finish.
During the additional time period, the youngster scored with a scorcher to give the away team a two goal lead which was enough to secure all three points for the away team.
He’s the youngest goal scorer in the Italy Serie A this season with tow goals in three games to his credit.