PSG have named the youngest player to ever start in a knockout Champions League game.
Winger Warren Zaire-Emery – born in 2006 – is just 16 and 343 days old, breaking the record.
He has made 15 senior appearances this season with three goals, which has seen him likened to an ALIEN.
Team-mate Vitinha reportedly told agent Jorge Mendes: “Who is this kid you took in your stable? It’s an alien.”
Zaire-Emery starts in the French capital against Bayern Munich, in his biggest game to date.
The forward is so young, Lionel Messi and Sergio Ramos both made their Champions League debuts before he was born.
Fans were left in disbelief at Zaire-Emery and feeling rather old in the process.
One said: “I have clothes older than him!”
Another joked: “I’m feeling old!”
One added: “2006, I feel ill.”
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Another said: “My TV and this kid are the same age.”
Manager Christophe Galtier has deployed Zaire-Emery on the right wing with Messi and Neymar up front.
It leave French superstar Kylian Mbappe reduced to the bench.