Liverpool made it five wins from the last seven Premier League games with a 2-1 win away at Bournemouth this afternoon.
Manager Jurgen Klopp made ten changes to the side which beat Borussia Dortmund on Thursday night, as the German handed starts to youngsters like Danny Ward, Connor Randall, Brad Smith, Kevin Stewart and winger Sheyi Ojo - and the youth influx didn't harm the Reds.
Goals from Roberto Firmino and Daniel Sturridge put Liverpool 2-0 up, and whilst Joshua King pulled a late goal back for Bournemouth, Klopp's men managed to hang on for the win at the Vitality Stadium.
Goalscorers Firmino and Sturridge rightly received plaudits, but winger Ojo offered another encouraging performance this afternoon.
The former MK Dons youngster, 18, started last week's game against Stoke City, and his impressive 45-minute display caught the eye of Klopp, as seen above.
Today, Ojo showed off his pace, power and trickery on a number of occasions, causing mayhem down the right hand side, with Bournemouth defenders struggling to keep him quiet.
After the game, Liverpool fans took to Twitter to discuss Ojo's performance, and were unsurprisingly excited about the teenager's display on the South Coast.
Fans suggested Ojo looks like an 'unbelievable talent', claiming he was 'immense' against Bournemouth, and tipping him for a huge future at Anfield if he continues to produce performances like he did today.
Here are some of the reactions from Liverpool fans to Ojo's performance against Bournemouth...
Ojo was really bright today. He has all the qualities to become a top winger. Ojo has confidence in his ability, something Ibe lacks #LFC— Anfield Observer (@AnfieldObserver) April 17, 2016
Have to say I'm so impressed with what I've seen of Ojo so far #LFC— Matt (@Anfield_Maestro) April 17, 2016
Ojo was immense. Played with a swagger which surprised me. #LFC— Nikhil Mukundan (@nikhil8rules) April 17, 2016
More than happy with that performance reds, Ojo showing once again, what a powerful and important player he's going to be. #LFC— dave (@_daveyboy) April 17, 2016
Sheyi Ojo is far too good for his age. Bullied Bournemouth players off the ball all game. #LFC— ☄ (@Muzza_LFC) April 17, 2016
Ojo has *it*. Look at the majestic beast dance past defenders, his movement, his touch. Watching him develop will be a pleasure. #LFC— Griff (@GuitaristGriff) April 17, 2016
What did you think of Ojo's performance against Bournemouth?