South Korean striker Hwang Hee-chan enjoyed a UEFA Champions League debut to remember on Tuesday as he helped his Red Bull Salzburg side to a 5-1 win over Belgian side, K.R.C. Genk.
With the Group E opener kicking off at Salzburg Stadium in Austria, Hwang came away with one goal and two assists.
At 23, he becomes the second youngest South Korean to score in the Champions League group stage.
Son Heung-min was 22 years-old when he scored his first Champions League goal in 2014.
Hwang is also just the third South Korean to score on European football's biggest stage, after Manchester United's Park Ji-sung and Son.