Manchester United youngster rounded off the club's pre-season tour of the US with a goal against Liverpool.
Manchester United youngster Jesse Lingard ensured he left an impression on the club's pre-season tour for the second year in succession by netting against Liverpool.
The England under-21 international scored four on last year's tour of Asia, but was overlooked by then manager David Moyes when the Premier League season began.
A regular scorer on loan with both Brighton and Birmingham, Lingard did his chances no harm with a clinical strike from the edge of the box against Liverpool in the 88th minute of the International Champions Cup Final.
The goal rounded off a 3-1 win, with goals from Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata helping the Red Devils bounce back from a first half Steven Gerrard penalty.
New manager Louis van Gaal has a record of five wins out of five with United, and Lingard may juts have thrown his name into the mix for further opportunities.