Cengiz Under became the youngest Turkish player to score in the Champions League when he opened the scoring for Romae in the Last 16 first-leg against Shakhtar Donetsk in Ukraine.
The Roma star managed find the back of the net on his Champions League debut.
Under finished off a lovely assist from Edin Dzeko for his fifth goal in four games.
The 20-year-old has directly been involved in six goals in four goals now for the Giulorossi – five goals and one assist.
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The Turkey international’s goal did not prove enough to record an important away win.
Shakhtar came back to win the clash 2-1 but Under’s away goal could prove vital heading into the second-leg.
Under’s form has earned him the title, the ‘New Salah’ in Italy – who he was signed to replace.