Ne-Jai Tucker and his Burnley Under-23 teammates return to Curzon Ashton to take on Middlesbrough in a Premier League 2 (PL2) match.
A late fightback earns Tucker and his Burnley Under-23 teammates the deserved three points as a trialist made his mark.
Two goals in four minutes from their trialist striker saw the Burnley come from behind with an excellent fightback which netted them a first win in three PL2 games.
Missed chances looked as though they may prove damaging for Burnley as they failed to build on Lewis Richardsonís fourth goal of the season.
Middlesbrough made them pay with a quick-fire double of their own through Tyrone OíNeill to lead at the break.
But after wasting further opportunities to level early in the second half, Burnley's perseverance paid off when quality deliveries from Anthony Glennon were gleefully headed home by the teenage frontman inside the final quarter of an hour.