Chester teenager Ben Woodburn made history tonight as he became the youngest goalscorer in the history of Liverpool FC.
The 17-year-old netted his maiden senior strike to help the Reds to a 2-0 EFL Cup quarter-final win over Leeds United at Anfield.
Woodburn's 81st-minute goal in front of the Kop ensured he beat the 19-year-old record previously held by another striker from Chester, Michael Owen.
Owen became the youngest goalscorer in Liverpool's history when he scored on his debut in a 2-1 defeat at Wimbledon in May 1997.
But that record now belongs to Woodburn who, after coming on as a 67th-minute substitute, opened his Reds account at the age of 17 years and 45 years.
Former European Footballer of the Year Owen, whose dad Terry played for Chester , was at Anfield to see history unfold.
And he led the tributes to the Tattenhall youngster.
Woodburn had become the third youngest player in the club's history to represent the Reds at 17 years and 42 days after coming on in Saturday's 2-0 Premier League home win over Sunderland .
And another Liverpool legend, Jamie Carragher, also paid tribute to the Wales youth international and former Bishop Heber High School studet.