Huddersfield Town's FA Youth Cup campaign ended in defeat by holders Chelsea.
The young Blues were just too strong, running out 6-1 winners in the fourth-round tie played at Aldershot.
Dominic Solanke, who has already played first-team football for the London club, notched a hat trick after Tammy Abraham had scored twice.
Kasey Palmer got the final goal.
Jamie Spencer scored for Town, briefly making it 3-1.
Rekeil Pyke and Adam Porritt both had early attempts saved but Chelsea soon took a grip of the game and Abraham headed them in front after
The striker showed good control as he notched a second after 29 minutes, then set up fellow frontman Solanke for a tap-in on 35.
Spencer gave Town brief hope with his goal but Solanke struck again before the break.
Pyke headed over and Regan Booty had an effort cleared off the line before Solanke completed his hat trick after 77 minutes.
Substitute Palmer drilled in a long-range shot with three minutes to go.
Town: Ryan, Senior, Pells, Hanson (Warde, 67mins), Carroll, Horsfall, Spencer, Boyle, Booty, Porritt (Coogans, HT), Pyke (Kane, 52). Subs
Not used: Bogard, Coughlan.