The Junior Matildas have had another goal fest in the AFC U-16 Women's Championship 2019 qualifiers with an 11-0 win over Indonesia.
The win sees them move to the top of Group D with a superior goal difference, still yet to concede.
Australia was coming off an 11-0 win over Palestine on Monday night with Indonesia heading to the top of the table with a 3-0 victory against Kyrgyz Republic.
The Junior Matildas were fast out of the gate once again with Nia Stamatopoulos and Georgia Beaumont opening up an early lead.
However, as Indonesia begun to settle into the game they would pounce when an Australian player had the ball on the attack, making it tough to work their way into the box. They weren't without chances though but they just weren't able to convert and momentum slowed due to minor injuries to both sides.
It was Alana Jancevski who found herself with the ball in the box though and the Junior Matildas re-gained their momentum to put three goals away in less than 10 minutes. They headed to halftime with a 5-0 lead.
Australia made a change at half-time with Jancevski, who bagged a double in the first half, came off for Emerging Jet Josie Morley while Victorian Paige Zois was in for Queenslander Charlie Farmer.
It was goals galore in the second half and the cross into the box seemed to become a common theme as each goal came along.
Beaumont got Australia off the mark before Jordan Jasnos and Morley added their own soon after with each goal coming off the back of a cross.
Beaumont added two more to her tally, to make it six in two games, while Morley bagged a double in the 76th minute.
Australian continued to have their chances for the remainder of the match but the opposition goalkeeper had them covered.
Up next for Australia is Kyrgyz Republic on Friday at 9pm AEST (5pm local).