By Emma Sanders

Liverpool academy star Rhian Brewster produced another stunning performance for England Under-17s in their European Championship qualifier in Romania on Sunday.

The youngster was on hand to score England’s winning goal against Austria as they recorded a crucial 3-2 victory and Brewster was involved heavily throughout the game, according to the Liverpool Echo.

The 16-year-old had a shot saved on the line shortly after Austria took the lead in the first-half and hit the post after the break which led to England’s second goal.

Brewster rounded-off another impressive international display when he slotted home a penalty kick to seal victory for the young lions.

The Liverpool forward, who has performed regularly for Neil Critchley’s Under-18 side this season, scored five goals in two games during England’s Croatia Cup campaign last month.

His international form earned him a call-up to the first team squad for a behind-closed-doors friendly against Bradford at Melwood earlier this month.

The former Chelsea youngster scored on his first Liverpool Under-18s start against Stoke this season and has continued to show good form throughout the campaign.

His Liverpool side currently sit at the top of the table after securing a 2-0 victory against Sunderland on Saturday but rivals Manchester City have two games in hand.

In other Liverpool news, Jurgen Klopp has admitted he has no clue on how to win the Premier League title.