Takefusa Kubo has found minutes hard to come by at Mallorca in recent weeks.
The Real Madrid youngster made just four substitute appearances for his side in October, all of which came off the bench.
But he started against Valladolid last week and was in the team again for Mallorca's game against Villarreal on Sunday.
And he opened his account for his new club in the second half.
The Japanese wonder-kid picked the ball up outside the box and lashed a beautiful left-footed effort into the net past Sergio Asensio.
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What a way to get your first goal for the club.
In the process Kubo became the youngest Japanese player to score a goal in Europe's top five leagues at 18 years and 159 days old.
Earlier on in the game, Kubo also won a penalty for his side.
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