Teenage Reds trio send Dalgish message

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Three of Liverpool's teenage prodigies came to the fore on Tuesday afternoon as the Reds' reserves triumphed over their Bolton counterparts.

Suso, Adam Morgan and Raheem Sterling all found the net as Rodolfo Borrell's team sealed a 3-1 victory in impressive fashion.

John Flanagan and Danny Wilson also featured for Liverpool, while Andre Wisdom captained the Anfield youngsters.

But, the respective performances of Suso, Morgan and Sterling will steal the headlines, with each of the teenage trio earmarked as Liverpool stars of the future.

Spanish starlet Suso, 17, has been compared to former Kop hero Fernando Torres in the past and opened the scoring against Bolton with a deflected free-kick.

It was then the turn of Morgan to register his name on the scoresheet, with the Liverpool starlet showing great composure to finish off Michael Ngoo's pass.

Morgan, 18, is regarded as one of the most exciting prospects on the Liverpool books, and has been in sensational scoring form in 2011.

The striker was also able to demonstrate his passing ability against Bolton, with his fine ball cutting out the defence to provide Sterling with his opportunity to score.

Aged only 16, Sterling has already had a taste of the first team when he was named by Kenny Dalglish in the Europa League party that travelled to Prague in February.

Sterling, though, is still waiting for his senior Liverpool bow - as are Morgan and Suso - and Dalglish is surely monitoring their progress with great interest.

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