U18s beat Maccabi Haifa in Dallas Cup

Monday 10 April 2017  3 Comments  [Jump to last]

For their second game in this year's Dallas Cup, Everton U18s beat Maccabi Haifa from Israel, Delial Brewster with the goal.

On 32 minutes, Brewster's burst into the box saw him sent tumbling to hand the Blues a chance to open the scoring. The young striker picked himself up off the floor, went for power but saw his penalty smack the crossbar and cleared away.

On 32 minutes, Delial Brewster's burst into the box saw him sent tumbling to hand the Blues a chance to open the scoring. The young striker picked himself up off the floor, went for power but saw his penalty smack the crossbar and cleared away.

However, Brewster, who tormented Maccabi with his pace all game, made amends eight minutes later. A perfectly-weighted first-time through ball from Gordon played him behind the defence and a cool low finish put the Toffees in front.

Seconds later the striker volleyed a Danny Bramall cross inches wide of the target before Maccabi were denied a shot on goal by the lunging Callum Lees.

After the break, Brewster again went close to scoring, before the Israeli side almost levelled matters when a combination of the post and Ben Pierce denied them an equaliser.

Everton had to stay calm to see the game out for the final 10 minutes as Maccabi pushed for a leveller. But the Toffees defended resolutely to grind out a victory that gives them a confidence boost ahead of their final group match against Mexican side Monterrey on Wednesday.

 

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Michael Kenrick
1 Posted 10/04/2017 at 20:00:46
Everton leading 1 - 0 with a few minutes left in the 2nd half on a goal from Delial Brewster.
Darren Hind
2 Posted 10/04/2017 at 20:07:30
Are you watching it, Michael?
Tommy Davis
3 Posted 10/04/2017 at 20:12:27
1-0 final score in the pouring rain!

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