Kamaldeen Sulemana has taken the French Ligue I into his stride after joining Stade Rennes from FC Nordsjaelland during the Summer.
The Black Stars winger scored on his debut during Stade Rennes’ 2-2 draw against RC Lens.
The 19-year-old Ghana international scored twice in quick succession on Wednesday as Rennes defeated Clemont Foot 6-0.
Kamaldeen scored two goals in the space of three minutes, a feat that saw him join the Ligue I record books as the second-youngest player to score a brace.
However, he did not last the entire match duration after being substituted in the 78th minute.
French journalist Pierre Lejokivet said that the Kamaldeen Sulemana is the second-youngest to achieve that feat after Barcelona’s Ousmane Dembele.
Since joining Stade Rennes in the summer, the Right to Dream Academy product has now scored three Ligue I goals.