Former Chester FC striker Oli McBurnie enjoyed a dream debut as he netted twice on his first senior appearance for Swansea City.
The 20-year-old, who made 14 appearances and scored five goals during two loan spells from Bradford City at the Lookers Vauxhall Stadium during the 2014/15 season, scored twice for the South Walians as they beat Peterborough 3-1 in the EFL Cup.
McBurnie joined the Premier League Swans in 2015 and spent time last season on loan at Newport County and Bristol Rovers and was a member of the Swansea squad that headed to America for a pre-season tour this summer.
McBurnie received plenty of plaudits from fans and pundits alike after his brace for Francesco Guidolin's men and was replaced late on by Spanish World Cup winner and ex-Juventus and Athletic Bilbao man, Fernando Llorente.
McBurnie is now third in line in the striking department at the Liberty Stadium, behind Llorente and club-record signing Borja Baston, but has done his chances of forcing his way into Guidolin's first-team plans no harm at all.