Real Madrid's Rodrygo Goes will never forget the night of November 6, 2019.
Los Blancos' latest teenage sensation scored a perfect hat-trick in front of the Bernabeu crowd as Real romped to a 6-0 victory over the Turkish side.
Rodrygo's first goal came just two minutes into the tie, as he fired a low left-foot shot past Fernando Muslera in the Galatasaray goal.
His second came just over four minutes later, with Rodrygo producing a perfectly guided header into the back of the net from Marcelo's cross.
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The 18-year-old starlet had to wait until the dying embers of the game to complete his hat-trick, but he did manage to squeeze in an assist for Karim Benzema in-between his second and third goals.
It truly was a complete performance and below, you'll find Rodrygo's full highlights from the game.
A memorable evening.
Rodrygo set a number of records with his performance, including becoming the youngest Brazilian scorer in Champions League history.
His first-half brace was also the fastest ever in the competition, coming in at a time of six minutes and 14 seconds.
Rodrygo is also the second youngest player (18y, 301d) to score a hat-trick in the Champions League, but have a guess who still sits atop that pile? Real Madrid legend, Raul Gonzalez.
The Spaniard's treble against Ferencvaros in 1995, when he was just 18 years and 133 days old, will not be surpassed for a long, long time.
However, Rodrygo can revel in the fact that he is the youngest player ever to notch a perfect hat-trick in the Champions League.
And he could have notched a perfect treble in just 15 minutes against Galatasaray had it not been for Sergio Ramos.
Real were awarded a penalty after Toni Kroos was fouled by Steven N'Zonzi, but Ramos took control of the spot kick, scoring a delicious Panenka.
Had it been handed to Rodrygo - who is right-footed - he would have recorded a perfect hat-trick in an outrageously quick time.
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