Liverpool registered their place in the semi finals of the EFL Cup after beating Leeds United 2-0 at Anfield last night.
The Reds were far from brilliant with their second string side and scored two late goals to qualify for the last four.
First goal was set up by young Trent Alexander. The 18-year-old provided a wonder cross from the right wing and Origi did the rest to open the scoring for the Reds.
The second was scored by Ben Woodburn and the 17-year-old created history by becoming the youngest ever goalscorer for the Merseysiders, beating Michael Owen’s record. The teenage boy featured for just 23 minutes, had just one shot and made it count big time.
Ben has been in brilliant form in the Premier League 2 this season. In 10 appearances, the talented attacker has directly contributed in no fewer than 10 goals (5 goals and 5 assists).
Just like the supporters, Klopp, Buvac and Milner were absolutely thrilled to see the youngster scoring his 1st Liverpool goal. Here is the brilliant reaction of the trio.
This is quality > Klopp, Milner and Buvac reaction when Ben Woodburn scored his first goal for Liverpool first team pic.twitter.com/brdZdFp25D
— LFCMostar (@LFCMostar) November 29, 2016