Liverpool's youngsters secured progress to the fifth round of the FA Youth Cup courtesy of a 4-0 victory over Histon in Cambridgeshire.
Kristoffer Peterson gave Steve Cooper's side the lead on 17 minutes before Jerome Sinclair back-heeled past Barney McLaughlin from close range to double the visitors' advantage.
Jack Dunn fired a beauty from a difficult angle late in the game to make it 3-0 before Daniel Trickett-Smith slotted a fourth.
In rough conditions and in front of a packed crowd at the Glass World Stadium, the Reds dominated from the first whistle and played some fine football on the night.
They almost broke the deadlock on 13 minutes when Peterson drew a rash challenge in the Histon area; however, the Swede rattled McLaughlin's post from the subsequent penalty.
It took him just four minutes to make amends, surging through a wall of players to roll the ball past McLaughlin for 1-0.
Dunn went closest to doubling the deficit before the interval when he drew a superb save from the 'keeper after Sinclair laid the ball off to him on the edge of the box.
Two minutes after the re-start, Sinclair raced into the penalty area and hammered the ball towards the roof of the net from yards out; however, McLaughlin got the faintest of touches to help the ball onto the crossbar.
On 49 minutes Cooper's men made it 2-0. Sinclair's cheeky back-heel took everyone by surprise as he tapped the ball low into the net from inside Histon's six-yard box.
Dunn made it 3-0 on 83 minutes when he shifted inside and thrashed a fine dipping effort into the top corner of McLaughlin's net.
Trickett-Smith, in an unfamiliar central-midfield role, completed the rout when he burst through the middle of the park and tucked the ball beneath the advancing stopper to add the Reds' fourth.
The victory means Cooper's side will play Leeds on Wednesday, February 27 at Anfield - and that will be another game you can watch live on LFC TV.