Dortmund's Youssoufa Moukoko, 15, breaks the Bundesliga U19 goalscoring record

Youssoufa Moukoko is a name to remember for football fans.

The youngster was born in Cameroon before moving to Germany at the age of 10.

He swiftly joined St Pauli and, after impressing, he joined Borussia Dortmund in 2016.

Moukoko has rapidly progressed through the youth teams and has established himself as one of the world’s most promising teenagers.

And he has shown he is destined for stardom with his performances this year.

At the start of the season, at the age of 14, Moukoko was promoted to Dortmund’s U19s.

He marked his first game by scoring six times on his debut.

And he’s continued to flourish since. Now 15, Moukoko has recently broken the record for the most goals scored in a Bundesliga U19 season.

He’s done this months before the season has ended. In all, he’s played 20 times and scored 34 goals, which is just ridiculous.

So, what’s he like as a player?

ScoutNationHD have put together his highlights from this season and it shows just how much better he is than his opponents.

Watch the video below:

Wow. Moukoko is playing against players four years older than him but he’s making them look like fools on a regular basis.

His prowess in front of goal is devastating. He looks like he’s capable with both of his feet and can find the back of the net from almost anywhere.

The highlights show he’s not just a goalscorer, as well.

He’s blessed with pace, can beat a player with ease and also has tricks up his sleeve.

Judging by his free-kick at 6:00, he also looks like he’s dangerous from set-pieces. 

Despite his age, it looks as if he already has the physical requirements needed to compete in men’s football.

And we could all be seeing him on out TV screens very soon.

That’s because Lucien Favre has kept note of his progress and is set to call him up to the first-team.

“We had a plan with him, but I can’t say exactly when he’ll be with us. Maybe in March, but we still have to wait for a few things,” Favre said.

Dare we say it, but Moukoko looks as if he has the potential to be world-class in the future.

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