Reiss Nelson has done it again.
The 18-year-old had already netted five goals in six Bundesliga appearances before this weekend, and now he has six in seven.
Nelson was only a substitute for loan side Hoffenheim as they took on Augsburg today but with the scores level, the teenager was thrown on in the 82nd minute to find a winner.
It only took him a minute.
Nelson entered the fray and in the 83rd minute he had netted the winner to move his team up to fifth in the Bundesliga table.
Arsenal fans have been salivating over the youngster’s performances so far this season, while a number have called on him to be handed an England call-up under Gareth Southgate.
The England manager is a fan, but will only select him when he feels it’s right.
Southgate said this week: “We really like Reiss. He came and trained with us in September. He is doing okay with Hoffenheim and we think that he and some other players in the Under-21s have got big futures.
“I always liked his personality on the field and he is one of a number of attacking players who will push for places in the coming years, but he is not the only one and it is important we keep pushing him.”
But if his form in Germany continues as it has done so far, the teenager will not be far away from a senior England squad.
And the Gunners supporters are once again going crazy on Twitter for his performance in the win over Augsburg.