Jeppe Kjær scores to become the youngest player ever to score in the Danish Superliga.
Kjaer made headlines around Europe this week when he became the youngest player ever to score in Denmark’s Superliga, aged 16 years and 129 days. He netted the opening goal for his team AC Horsens in a 3-2 home win against Hobro IK. The record Kjaer broke had stood for almost 20 years: in May 2001, Mads Beierholm scored for Vejle Boldklub aged 16 years and 263 days. Don’t be mad, Mads.
And here is that record-breaking goal, That first touch from the long ball was amazing.