You might remember former Everton striker James Vaughan as the youngest scorer in Premier League history.
It's Jason Dozzell, however, who remains the youngest scorer in the history of English top-flight football, scoring on his debut for Ipswich at 16 years and 57 days.
That goal arrived in 1984, and Dozzell carved out a successful career for himself: after seven years at Portman Road, he played for Spurs, Northampton and Colchester.
A full 32 years on, and Dozzell's son, Andre, followed in his father's footsteps. Aged 16, Dozzell Jr made his first team debut for the same club, Ipswich, during a 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday. You can probably guess the rest...
— Football On 5 (@FootballOn5) April 16, 2016
Andre Dozzell didn't quite break his father's record, mind - he turns 17 at the start of next month - but it's still a beautiful coincidence.
According to reports, Dozzell had already been turning the heads of Liverpool, Newcastle and Tottenham scouts before his goal, so Mick McCarthy will have a job on his hands to keep the England underage international at Portman Road for long.
McCarthy gives the supporters what they want. Namely a debut for André Dozzell. 16 years old. Goal on debut like your father please #ITFC
— Tim Kenny, polyglot 🇬🇧 🇫🇷 🇮🇹 🇩🇪 🇺🇦 🇪🇺 (@SirTimKenny) April 16, 2016
Jason Dozzell scored on his debut as sub aged 16 for Ipswich in 1984.
His son Andre has scored on his Ipswich debut today. Aged 16. #ITFC
— IPSWICH TOWN FANS (@IpswichTownFans) April 16, 2016
Lovely reaction to Andre Dozzell goal. Every #itfc outfield player ran and hugged him as a group. Came in front of away end too.
— Stuart Watson (@Stuart_Watson) April 16, 2016