By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter
Newcastle United Under-17s 6
Pachuca Under-17s 0
The Magpies' youngsters are on a Mexican wave after another big win in the Milk Cup - this time 6-0 against South American side Pachuca at the Ballymena Showgrounds in Northern Ireland.
On Saturday evening, Dave Watson's boys beat County Fermanagh 4-0 but this time they went even better to make it ten goals scored and none conceded in two matches.
Adam Campbell, so impressive in the opening game, set them on their way after just two minutes, sending an angled drive into the net after nipping behind the Mexican outfit's defence.
And on a wet pitch, United continued to look slick as Alex Gilliead made it 2-0 before Rolando Aarons gave Newcastle a three-goal cushion going into half-time.
Watson made changes in the second half, including a replacement in goal as Aidan Grant came on for Freddie Woodman, but there was no let up from the black and whites as Greg Olley - who had netted twice against County Fermanagh - got his name on the scoresheet again.
Ryan McKinnon headed a fifth from a corner and Campbell wrapped up the scoring from the penalty spot.
On Sunday, the players had joined in a parade through the streets of Coleraine and they're in action again on Tuesday evening, taking on CSKA Moscow in Ballymoney.
And with 20 teams vying for the four semi-final places in the Premier Section of the competition, Newcastle may still need to beat the Russians to progress despite their fine goal difference so far.
Photograph courtesy of Russell Pritchard - www.russellpritchardblog.com