Liverpool U18s were in superb form as they inflicted a 3-0 defeat on Middlesbrough at the Academy on Saturday afternoon.
Steve Cooper's side didn't have the best start to the season with two draws and two defeats, but they now have consecutive victories following last weekend's win against Fulham.
Their latest victory could have been even more emphatic but for the woodwork and some decent goalkeeping from away stopper James Montgomery.
It was Daniel Trickett-Smith who opened the scoring on 19 minutes when he turned a couple of men and fired left footed from inside the penalty area.
Jordan Lussey (pictured) made it 2-0 on the half-hour mark with a brilliant right-footed curler into the top corner after being set up by Kris Peterson.
Then on 39 minutes the club's youngest ever first-teamer, Jerome Sinclair, made it three with a solo effort in which he cut inside from the left, beat several Middlesbrough defenders and found his spot in the bottom corner.