Andriy Shevchenko's second goal provided the winning margin in a thrilling 2-1 win for Ukraine over Sweden at Euro 2012. Not only did the brace by the 35-year-old striker put Ukraine in good position to advance from Group D but it left the home fans -- Ukraine is co-hosting the quadrennial tournament with Poland -- in a state of euphoria. For context, this was the first ever match for the Ukraine in the tournament. And perhaps no one was more exhilarated than one young fan in attendance in Kiev.
After Shevchenko scored the second of two headers within several minutes of each other in the second half, a young, enthusiastic boy adorned in the squad's national colors sprang from his seat to celebrate the feat.
"I feel great, like I am 20 years old, so I feel fine," Shevchenko told told a German TV channel after the match. "This was a historic game for us, a great victory."
At Shevchenko's age, feeling 20 is a blessing, but it looks like there may have been no better age to experience this moment than the age of this child. Of course, it's entirely possible that he would have been happy with the team had they lost or tied but managed to provide a "good game, good effort."