Dortmund wonderkid Youssoufa Moukoko scored six goals on Under-19 debut… aged just 14


BORUSSIA DORTMUND sensation Youssoufa Moukoko has continued his incredible run of scoring against teams who are years older than him.

And this time the centre forward has bagged six goals in a game for Dortmund’s Under-19s, despite being only 14.

Teen sensation Youssoufa Moukoko bagged SIX goals for Borussia Dortmund Under-17s – and here is him scoring against Wolfsburg in June
Moukoko is scarily good at the age of just 14 and is already being lined up for a megabucks Nike contract
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The Cameroon-born Germany international bagged a double hat-trick in just 28 minutes during a 9-2 victory over Wuppertal FC.

It comes just two years after a 12-year-old Moukoko bagged two in an Under-17s game, sending shockwaves through German football.

Moukoko was born on November 20, 2004 and does not even turn 15 for another three months.

He scored an incredible 50 goals in 28 games last season, along with nine assists, making a promotion to the Under-19s inevitable.

And he bagged 2.13 goals on average for every game played last term, prompting Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain to become interested in his career.

Nike are already ready to sign him up on a £9.27million contract, before he even turns 15.

At one point, he had an astonishing record of 13 goals in five games for the Under-17s.

On top of that, he has notched three goals in four games for Germany’s Under-16s.


Surely it can only be a matter of time before he is promoted to Borussia Dortmund’s first team, should the goals keep coming.

But there have been doubts about Moukoko’s age, even from within his own club.

Coaches have been putting a protective arm around Moukoko
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Moukoko has also scored for Germany’s Under-16
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Dortmund Under-23s manager Timo Preus said: “With Youssoufa, I can imagine that his age has only been guessed.
“Maybe in reality he is one or two years older. But certainly he is not 17. For him that is very difficult.
“There is nothing to blame him for, the boy is not cheating or anything.”



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