Liverpool under 19's won their second group game in the NextGen Tournament. The Reds got their first win in the tournament last night when they beat Norwegian side Molde 4-0 away, thanks to two goals from Tony Silva, a Connor Coady penalty and a strike from Raheem Sterling. "It is a happy night for us. We scored four goals and created a lot of chances," reserve team coach Rodolfo Borrell told liverpoolfc.tv after the game."We were aware that Molde were a good side, especially after they beat Wolfsburg 3-1 in their first game, and I thought we played quite well overall. "It was an important victory for us, especially after the defeat by Sporting Lisbon which was quite hard to take so there is still a lot of football to be played in this tournament. "We could have scored more goals but the Molde goalkeeper made some great saves. "We now have Wolfsburg at home which will be a very hard game like they all are in the NextGen Series, but we will enjoy this win first."