Sunday 22 February 2015 11:31, UK
Norwegian wonderkid Martin Odegaard fired his first goal for Real Madrid, scoring for the club's B side against Barakaldo.
The 16-year-old, who signed for Los Blancos in January, started the match Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano and took just seven minutes to make his mark, lifting the ball over the on rushing goalkeeper with his right foot to open the scoring.
Odegaard, who wore the No 10 shirt, also provided the cross for Real Madrid Castilla’s third goal as they secured a convincing 4-0 victory in the Segunda B Division clash.
The Norway international was withdrawn from the action after 82 minutes with the crowd giving him an excellent reception and he could not hide his delight following his first goal for the club.
“It's great to score my first goal here. It's been amazing,” said Odegaard.
“[Zinedine] Zidane is a great coach, I feel very comfortable here. It's easy training with the best players in the world.
“[Carlo] Ancelotti is the best coach for Madrid and a great person, everyone can learn something from him.”