Marcus Rashford scored a stunning goal for Manchester United in the second leg of the round of 16 of the Europa League against Betis.
He missed a few chances but then delivered a crushing blow and took his team to the quarterfinals.
Rashford scored his 25th European goal for United. He became the youngest player in the club's history to achieve 25 European goals at the age 25 years and 136 days.
The Englishman also overtook Cristiano Ronaldo to become United's sixth top scorer in European competition.
Rashford has scored six goals in the Europa League this season, and his strike on Thursday was his 27th in all competitions.