Manchester Utd U18s 2 - 3 Everton U18sTom Cannon scored twice and Reece Welch was also on target to giveEverton Under-18s to a terrific 3-2 victory at Manchester United on Saturday.
England Under-16 international Welch opened the scoring on 16 minutes, with hosts Man Utd levelling 16 minutes later.
Cannon's first of the afternoon swiftly restored Everton's advantage but the teams went in level after Man Utd converted a penalty 2 minutes before the break. Cannon, who netted four times in last week's 10-0 thumping of Sunderland, conjured the decisive strike 3 minutes after half-time.
The goal secured fourth Premier League victory in five matches this season for Paul Tait's side, which returns to league action in a fortnight when Liverpool visit USM Finch Farm. Everton U18s: McIntyre, Hosie, Lowey, Welch, D Thompson Hughes (c) [Y], Quirk [Y], Onyango, Cannon (83' Higgins), Carroll (71' Warrington), Dobbin (88' M Thompson). Subs not Used: Barrett, Jon Anderson.
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1 Posted 23/09/2019 at 13:31:48
Tom Cannon (9) looks like a good little player. He looks short, but stocky. The way he sold the defender and then slotted home was great.
The player who impressed me the most this season is Lewis Dobbin the left winger. Number 11 in this one. Lovely little turn and pass for Cannons winner.
Dobbin was full of tricks down the left. Hes very direct and loves to come inside and go for goal.
Those are the two to watch out for I think.
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