Florian Wirtz was overjoyed after his two goals sent Germany through to the Euro Under 21's final.
Florian Wirtz could hardly believe what had just happened after his brace led Germany to a 2-1 win over the Netherlands in Thursday's UEFA European Under-21 Championship semi-final.
"This is simply an indescribable feeling. It's so nice that I was able to give this to the guys and the whole team. Today I also had a bit of luck in my side, and I took advantage of that," Wirtz told reporters after the game.
The higly-rated 18-year-old grabbed the opener after just 29 seconds, breaking David Rozehnal's record for the fastest goal scored at the U21 Euros.
"The record doesn't interest me that much. Scoring a goal is always nice. But these were my first goals ever for Germany. To score for my country in a game like that, that's just nice," said the Leverkusen midfielder.