The 22-year-old Serb has hit the ground running for the Bianconeri and has now made history by scoring in his Champions League debut.

With his first touch of the game Dusan Vlahovic has made history in the UEFA Champions League with his contribution for Juventus in Tuesday night's clash with Villarreal. The 22-year-old striker scored after just 32 seconds to break the record for the fastest goal scored by a debutant in the history of the competition. 

It was a dream debut for the former Fiorentina star who has already hit the ground running since joining Juve in a $79M deal in the winter transfer window. The young attacker made an instant impact by scoring in his Serie A debut against Hellas Verona and has carried on in his first appearance in the UEFA Champions League.

In what was his side's first attack of the night, Vlahovic controlled a long ball from his half with his chest and blasted a shot from a difficult angle past Villarreal goalkeeper Geronimo Rulli to break the deadlock. Watch the goal below:

With the strike, the Serbian international broke Andy Möller record for the fastest goal to be scored by a debutant back in September 1995. Interestingly, the former Borussia Dortmund star managed the feat by scoring after just 37 seconds in a 3-1 defeat to Juventus.

Dušan Vlahović (22 years, 25 days) is also the second youngest player to score on his Champions League debut for Juventus after Alessandro Del Piero (20 years 308 days). The