Ben Woodburn became the youngest ever scorer in Liverpool's history when he struck against Leeds United on Tuesday night - but how does the forward compare to the club's other fledgling goal-getters?
Shortly after coming on as a second-half substitute - for what was only his second ever competitive senior appearance for the Reds - the 17-year-old dispatched Gini Wijnaldum's lay-off into the roof of the net from six yards out and helped Jürgen Klopp's side into the semi-finals of the EFL Cup.
Following that effort, here's how the list of the top six youngest scorers in LFC's history now stands...
- 1. Ben Woodburn (17 years, one month, 14 days) v Leeds United, November 29, 2016.
- 2. Michael Owen (17 years, four months, 22 days) v Wimbledon, May 6, 1997.
- 3. Jordan Rossiter (17 years, five months, 30 days) v Middlesbrough, September 23, 2014
- 4. Raheem Sterling (17 years, 10 months, 12 days) v Reading, October 20, 2012
- 5. Jimmy Melia (18 years, one month, 16 days) v Nottingham Forest, December 17, 1955.
- 6. Alan A'Court (18 years, five months, 14 days) v Sunderland, March 14, 1953.
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