Jaden Philogene has inspired Hull City's Rotherham rout as the Tigers climbed back into the English Championship's top six.
The former Aston Villa youngster scored twice as Liam Rosenior's side thumped the Millers 4-1 on Tuesday night (Wednesday AEDT).
England U21 teammate Tyler Morton opened the scoring with Scott Twine also getting on the scoresheet - with Grant Hall grabbing a consolation - as Hull climbed to sixth.
"The ruthlessness was there ... some of our football was a joy to watch," Rosenior said.
"We are showing real quality at the moment. The players are enjoying being at this club and I'm loving working with them."
West Bromwich Albion continued their impressive form with a 1-0 win at Cardiff City thanks to on-loan Brighton Hove & Albion winger Jeremy Sarmiento's second-half strike.
The Baggies have now won five of their last six games and move up to third, seven points behind the automatic promotion spots.
Isaiah Jones' double helped Middlesbrough ease past fading Preston North End 4-0.
The winger netted either side of a Rav van den Berg strike before Alex Bangura's added-time effort wrapped up the win to leave Michael Carrick's side three points outside the top six.
Watford hit back from 2-0 down to beat Norwich City 3-2 and leapfrog the Canaries in mid-table.
Danny Batth and Hwang Ui-jo gave the visitors a 2-0 lead after just 12 minutes but Ismael Kone and Mileta Rajovic levelled by halftime and Yaser Asprilla grabbed the winner with 13 minutes left.
Haji Wright hit the winner as Coventry City beat Plymouth Argyle 1-0, with last season's beaten play-off finalists nine points above the relegation zone.
Queens Park Rangers' late show gave them a 4-2 comeback win over 10-man Stoke City to leave them three points adrift of safety.
Ben Pearson's own goal and Chris Willock's added-time strike gave Marti Cifuentes his first win in charge - and Rangers' first victory since September.
Lyndon Dykes' penalty opened the scoring but Ryan Mmaee levelled just before halftime. Enda Stevens was sent off seven minutes after the break for a second yellow card - having already conceded the spot kick.
Wouter Burger snatched a second-half goal to put Stoke ahead but Gold Coast-born Scottish international Dykes struck with 11 minutes left to level before QPR's dramatic finish.
Australian Associated Press