Conor Bradley scored his first goal for Liverpool on Wednesday as he bagged the Reds' second against Chelsea. It was a fantastic goal, too, as the youngster burst forward from right-back.
Bradley sprinted past Raheem Sterling to get in behind Chelsea, receiving the ball and finishing like a striker. His effort into the far corner was ridiculously good for such an inexperienced player - let alone an inexperienced right-back.
On top of that, Bradley assisted the opener for Diogo Jota. Jota admittedly did most of the work there as he tricked his way past both Chelsea centre-backs but it was the Northern Irishman who got him the ball.
That means he's also the youngest to do it under Jurgen Klopp for Liverpool.
Bradley is quite clearly a true gem here. Liverpool had to wait to get him into the side this season after a few injuries but he's here now and has rapidly asserted himself as a proper option.
Chelsea may not be what they were a few years ago but there's no question that they're a difficult side to play against. Bradley, though, makes it look easy and he's barely played in the Premier League - two goals and an assist in a game like this? It's brilliant.
Liverpool have something special here - and an incredibly useful player at that. Trent Alexander-Arnold now has an excuse to play in midfield more often and the Reds will want to take advantage of that.
Klopp has yet another wonderful young player to leave Liverpool with, too, and one who should provide brilliance long after the German has left.