Liverpool star of the future Harry Wilson was the hero as the club's under-21 side got one over on rivals Everton.
Wilson scored an impressive winner to give the Reds a 2-1 victory, with his strike coming in the 93rd minute of the game.
Cutting infield from the right, Wilson ran with the ball before curling a ball from outside the box over the goalkeeper and into the net.
Wilson is still just 17-years-old, and was on as a substitute in the game Liverpool's club website refers to as the 'mini-derby'.
The teenager used his Twitter account after the game to express his delight at his heroics...
Moments before Wilson's goal won the game, Everton had a chance to seal it themselves but David Henen missed a late opportunity. He sent a message on Twitter after the game which told it's own story...
....— David Henen (@HenenDavid) March 9, 2015
Wilson hit the headlines last season when he was called into the Wales international squad at just 16. He turns 18 later this month, and signed professional terms with the club last summer.
It was the winger's fourth goal in 10 matches for Liverpool's under-21 side this season, with two assists also to his name.
The match against Everton was also notable for it saw Mamadou Sakho make his return, playing the first 45 minutes of the game.