Paul Tait's Under-18 side secured a draw at Manchester City in their second game of the season.
After giving up and early goal in the second minute, the Young Blues got back in the game with goals from Sean McAllister (22') and a penalty converted by Tom Cannon (33') and thought that would take them to half-time. But their hosts had other ideas, scoring an equalizer in the dying seconds of added time.
There were no further goals after the break, Everton holding on for a well-earned point.
Everton U18s:, Leban, Higgins [Y:93'], Small, Welch, Thompson, Butterfield [Y:17'], McAllister, Price (81' Kouyate), Cannon (88' Kristensen),
Warrington [Y:16'] (61' Mills), Whitaker.
Subs not Used: Stewart, Lowey.
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1 Posted 19/09/2020 at 16:58:31
2 Posted 19/09/2020 at 20:27:36
It'll be interesting to see just how many people read and comment on this match, the largest number of comments I've seen was all those coming on to criticise when we lost 8-2 to Man City in the pre-season friendly!
3 Posted 19/09/2020 at 20:31:31
4 Posted 19/09/2020 at 21:05:22
5 Posted 19/09/2020 at 21:22:12
Dave, Bobby Carroll along with Mackenzie Hunt have moved up to U23s now, too old for U18. I've only seen Hunt's name mentioned in the U23s friendlies, so Carroll may well be injured. They're playing on Monday, but we may have to wait for some of the older players to be moved on loan or sold to see them in the U23s.
6 Posted 21/09/2020 at 07:19:51
7 Posted 21/09/2020 at 17:57:37
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