An excellent and clinical display from England saw them go into May's elite round of qualification for the UEFA U19 European Championship with four wins out of five for the current crop in the 1995 year-group.
Chelsea midfielder John Swift was at the heart of all the action in the first-half, pulling the strings along with debutant Devante Cole and it was too much for Turkey to deal with.
After a number of well-worked opportunities came to nothing, it was the deadly duo that finally broke the deadlock to England's goalscoring rout.
Swift played an incredibly delicate looping ball from the edge of the box, directly into the path of Cole who rifled the ball past the Turkish goalkeeper leaving him no chance.
The assault on the Turkish goal was far from over and another jaw-dropping interchange between the Chelsea and City men nearly put England two-nil to the good. But unfortunately Swift's shot swayed just wide of the Turkish goal.
In the second-half it wasn't long before England put the game to bed through captain Lewis Baker's well struck penalty after Southampton striker Sam Gallagher was brought down in the box.
And the final goal came from Aston Villa's Callum Robinson taking advantage of a defensive mix-up, which allowed him to claim his second goal in as many games for the England youth team.
In what was another strong England U19 performance, with an array of so many talented players to choose from, it begs the question, how long can this unbeaten run go on for.
MOTM - John Swift - The exciting Chelsea midfielder was unquestionably the best player on the pitch and his vision alone proved to be a class above anything Turkey could deal with. Absolutely brilliant.