Manchester United striker Marcus Rashford has become England's youngest ever player to feature at the European Championships. Rashford replaced Adam Lallana in the 73rd minute of the Three Lions' last-minute win against Wales at Euro 2016 and at the age of 18 years and 229 days, has surpassed Wayne Rooney's previous record by four days.
The achievement caps a remarkable rise for the teenager, who only played his first game for United in the Europa League in February. Since then, he has established himself as a first-choice pick for the Red Devils and made his England debut late last month.
Rashford, who was the most surprising inclusion in England's 23-man squad, delivered an impressively mature performance as England came from a goal down to move to the top of Group B in France. In doing so, he has furthered his chances of being selected by manager Roy Hodgson for their remaining group game against Slovakia.
The United youngster recently signed a new contract with the Old Trafford club and scored his first international goal against Australia during his debut at the Stadium of Light.