Paris Saint-Germain titi Warren Zaire-Emery scored his first goal at PSG after turning professional, becoming the youngest player ever to do so in the history of the organization.
After failing at winning a league game for two consecutive matches, PSG visited Montpellier and defeated them 1-3 on the road earning their first three points in three attempts. While Fabian Ruiz grabbed all headlines after scoring a goal and assisting another, Zaire-Emery made history for PSG on Wednesday.
Earlier this season, WZE had already become the youngest player in PSG's history to start a game with the first team without regard of the competition playing against Chateauroux in the French Coup.
A few days later, WZE became the youngest starter in Ligue 1 in the history of Paris Saint-Germain, debuting as part of the starting XI of PSG in their matchup at Rennes.
When he scored his goal in the 1-3 victory over Montpellier on Wednesday, Warren Zaire-Emery broke another record and wrote another page in the books of PSG's history becoming the youngest-ever goalscorer at the professional level at PSG.
The record was in possession of Bartholomew Ogbeche, who was 17 years and 55 days old when he scored against Nantes on 25 November 2001, more than 20 years ago.
Warren Zaire-Emery broke Ogbeche's mark clearly, scoring at the ripe age of 16 years and 330 days of age. Congrats, WZE!