David Brooks marked his full international debut with a goal and three assists as England U20s secured a semi-final berth in the Toulon Tournament following a dominant display against Cuba.
Having impressed as a substitute against Angola in the opening fixture, Brooks started Thursday's clash and produced an eye-catching display as he completed 90 minutes with England winning 7-1.
The victory makes it two wins from two and keeps the Young Lions on course to retain the trophy for a third year in succession.
England will conclude their Group A schedule on Sunday against Japan and will have an eye on which team they will face in the last four.
Meanwhile, second-year scholar David Parkhouse has earnt further international honours following confirmation that he has been called up for Northern Ireland U21s.
Parkhouse will spend some time with his team-mates over the weekend prior to the game against Estonia at the Kadrioru Stadium on Thursday 8th June.