Rhian Brewster fired England to the Under 17 World Cup final as he netted his second hat-trick in as many games on Wednesday.
The 17-year-old Liverpool striker backed up his quarter-final trio of goals against the USA by firing another triple past Brazil in the last four.
As he prepares for Saturday’s final – where Spain or Mail will provide the opposition – Sportsmail takes a closer look at the talented teenager.
Liverpool’s Rhian Brewster scored a hat-trick as England beat Brazil 3-1 at the U17 World Cup
Brewster was naturally elated after scoring his third goal at the Salt Lake stadium Kolkata
WHAT SORT OF PLAYER IS HE?
As he leads the race for the Golden Boot at the U17 World Cup – with seven strikes – it is clear that Brewster is a goalscorer.
He is fit and hard-working, while his movement in and around the box is first class and it allows him to score so many simply goals.
But there is more to his game than goals alone. Although chiefly used as the main man up top, he is equally adept at playing as a second striker.
In six Premier League 2 appearances for Liverpool this season, he has scored three and assisted another four.
The 17-year-old displayed excellent movement to create simple chances in Wednesday’s semi
Brewster has led England’s attack as a No 9 this tournament but he can also play as a No 10
WHERE DID HE COME FROM?
Liverpool picked him up from Chelsea two years ago.
He left Chelsea because he could not envisage himself breaking into the first-team at Stamford Bridge.
Speaking to LiverpoolFC.com last year, he explained: ‘I was at Chelsea from the age of seven to 14 but then I told them I wanted to look at my options because I didn’t see a pathway to become a first-team player there.
‘There were a few clubs interested but once I knew Liverpool were one of them it was an easy choice.
‘Liverpool is a club that does give young players opportunities and it’s a great feeling to play for this club. I love it up here.’
WILL HE GET HIS CHANCE AT LIVERPOOL?
Jurgen Klopp has refused to send Brewster out on loan, perhaps suggesting that he plans to use him at some point this season.
He was named as an unused sub in April when the Reds lost 2-1 at home to Crystal Palace, although he has not made a senior matchday squad since.
Klopp has form for giving talented teenagers their chance.
The German handed Trent Alexander-Armstrong his debut just weeks after he turned 18 last October, while Ben Woodburn was just 17 when Klopp gave him his bow.
WHAT HAS KLOPP SAID ABOUT HIM?
Speaking in April after putting him on the bench against Palace, Klopp heaped praise on Brewster, but urged him to be patient.
He told the Liverpool Echo: ‘I’ve followed him for more than a year and as it is for boys of his age they grow, it’s good.
‘Physically stronger, wonderfully skilled boy, real striker, good finisher, fantastic work ethic and all that stuff.
He added: ‘He was on the bench last week because we thought he deserved it and we could use him in the right moment.
‘It was not (the right moment) for this but that does not mean it will not happen again in the future.
‘He’s in a very good way, he’s a very good boy.’