In the Primeria Liga, Portugese talent Joao Felix scored two goals and notched an assist in Benfica’s 6-0 thrashing of Maritimo. The 19-year-old has had a stunning first season in top flight football, contributing to 25 goals.

Elsewhere in Europe, 20-year-old Kylian Mbappe scored a hat-trick which led Paris Saint-Germain to silverware. The club wrapped up their 8th Ligue 1 title following the 3-1 win over Monaco.

Incredibly, Mbappe has scored more goals this season – thirty – than six Ligue 1 clubs: OGC Nice (23 goals), Guingamp (24 goals), Caen (25 goals), Dijon (27 goals), Amiens SC (28 goals) and Toulouse (30 goals).

At this rate, he is destined to become the world’s best. 

Third placed Lyon defeated Angers, 22-year-old France international Martin Terrier added another goal to his list and has now scored in each of his last 5 games in Ligue 1.

In Germany, 19-year-old Jadon Sancho continued his superb run of form scoring a goal on Easter Sunday in Borussia Dortmund’s 4-0 over Freiburg. That takes his tally to 11 goals this season.

Australian defender George Timotheou and his Schalke U-23s sealed promotion after keeping a clean sheet and scoring 7 goals against Sportfreunde Siegen.

In the Eredivisie, 20-year-old midfield sensation Martin Ødegaard completed 3 assists against PEC Zwolle. He became the first Vitesse player to do so in a game since 2005.

In the English Premier League, Manchester City got one back on Tottenham Hotspur with 18-year-old Phil Foden scoring the only goal.

In injury news, Chelsea’s rising star Callum Hudson-Odoi’s season is over after rupturing his Achilles in the Blues match against Burnley.

Louise Taffa