German-born of Ghanaian descent, Ansgar Knauff netted for Eintracht Frankfurt in their UEFA Europa League semi-final against West Ham United.
The youngster opened the scoring for the Bundesliga side in the first minute of the game to put his side in the encounter before Michael Antonio drew the Hammers levelled.
The goal came as early as 49 seconds into the start of the game, making it the quickest goal for Frankfurt in the history of the Europa League.
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The 20-year-old has started five goals in the competition for Frankfurt and has contributed to two goals, including scoring against Barcelona in the first leg encounter in the quarterfinal round.
Frankfurt ended the game at the London Stadium with a 2-1 win with the return leg scheduled for next week in Germany.
Knauff is on loan at Frankfurt from Borussia Dortmund where he struggled for game time at the start of the season.