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  1. cinco veces

    Youth Team/Cup

    Millar hits double as U23s put four past Arsenal Substitute Liam Millar scored a second-half brace as Liverpool U23s beat Arsenal 4-1 in Saturday's Premier League 2 clash at the Academy, writes Dominic Raynor. Neil Critchley's side started the day a point below the sixth-placed visitors but leapfrogged the Gunners in the table with the victory. It was a slick-passing Arsenal that had enjoyed the best of the opening exchanges only to find their route to goal blocked by a solid Reds defence. And when the chance came, Liverpool took the lead with their first attack. Lazar Markovic raced onto a long ball over the defence in the 10th minute and although his first touch took him slightly wide of the goal, the Serb managed to slot his finish past the sprawling goalkeeper and just inside the near post. However, the celebrations were short-lived as the away side levelled almost instantly, Tyreece John-Jules sneaking in around the back of the Liverpool defence to prod home past Kamil Grabara. Playing a 3-4-3 formation, the Gunners outnumbered the Reds' three men in midfield and enjoyed plenty of possession, without being able to find a second goal. Liverpool midfielder Liam Coyle grew into the game, cajoling and marshalling his teammates as it wore on, and after Rafael Camacho had brought a good save out of goalkeeper Deyan Iliev on the half-hour, the Reds finished the half strongly. But they were indebted to a brilliant stop from Grabara on 44 minutes as the Pole was at full stretch to turn Bukayo Saka's curling shot around the foot of the far post. And Liverpool's response was perfect; Coyle hit a wonderful pass forward to Isaac Christie-Davies, who crossed into the box for Camacho to sweep home from the penalty spot and make it 2-1 on the stroke of half-time. Millar joined the action at the break and the hosts started the second half on the front foot, with the Canada international often providing an outlet ball and wing-backs Adam Lewis and Ki-Jana Hoever playing in more advanced positions. Dutch youth international Hoever, who had an effort bundled past the post as the Reds pushed forward with renewed vigour, would go on to have a defining influence on the match. It was his brilliant interception on the halfway line that led to Millar's first goal. After winning the ball, Hoever raced forward and played in Camacho, who drew out the ‘keeper and passed square for his second-half strike partner to slot home after 75 minutes. Moments later, Hoever was at it again, this time breaking up an Arsenal attack deep in his own half and spraying the ball forward to Pedro Chirivella. The Spanish midfielder spotted Millar's run on the left and lofted the ball over the Gunners defence for the forward to cut in from the flank and curl a wonderful effort past Iliev and inside the far post. "Over the course of this week I'm very proud of how the players have played," Critchley told Liverpoolfc.com. "It's been a tough week physically for them and that showed in the first half when Arsenal had the better of the play, but we defended well and were always a threat on the break. The second half changed in our favour, we scored two great goals on the counter and Liam did brilliantly well, we're pleased for him. The whole team, though, were magnificent and showed a brilliant collective spirit and mental strength." Liverpool U23s: Grabara, Hoever, Juanma, Masterson (R. Williams), Johnston, Coyle, Camacho (McAuley), Chirivella, Markovic (Millar), Christie-Davies, Lewis. Unused substitutes: McKenzie-Lyle, N. Williams. https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/academy/329203-liverpool-u23s-arsenal-premier-league-2
  2. cinco veces

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    Glatzel hat-trick sends U18s into PL Cup last eight Paul Glatzel grabbed a hat-trick as Liverpool U18s rubber-stamped their place in the quarter-finals of the Premier League Cup with a 3-0 win over Group B rivals Southampton at the Academy on Saturday, writes Dominic Raynor. Having already beaten Stoke City 4-2 and Reading 6-0 in their opening two matches, Barry Lewtas' side were all but through as group winners; only defeat and an eight-goal swing could have knocked them off top spot. But the young Reds sealed their progress in style on a rain-swept morning in Kirkby as Glatzel converted from the penalty spot just before the break and added two more during the final 15 minutes of the match to secure a comfortable victory. Liverpool started well, with Abdi Sharif finding space between the lines and the No.7 mustered the first two shots of the tie. His second, a snap hit from the edge of the box with 13 minutes gone, was turned smartly around the post by the alert Southampton goalkeeper. The Saints No.1 was called into action again moments later to deny Leighton Clarkson, whose dipping free-kick stung his hands. The Reds midfielder remained eager to carry the fight to the visitors and when he next picked the ball up, he drove at the opposition defence and fired a low, 20-yard shot just wide of the left post. It felt like a goal was coming for the hosts and, after Fidel O'Rourke and Jake Cain had both been denied, it duly arrived with 43 minutes gone. Glatzel tussled with his marker to control a high ball in the box and was hauled down. The No.9 picked himself up, dusted himself down and dispatched the resulting penalty into the bottom corner to give his side the lead. The second half started much as the first had finished as the Reds continued to pepper the Southampton goal, Sharif and Glatzel testing the ‘keeper with long-range efforts within the first 10 minutes of the restart. Then, after striking the side-netting of Vitezslav Jaros' goal on the counter-attack, Saints rallied and enjoyed their best spell of the match as substitute Enzo Robise brought added pace and guile on the left flank. His tricky play won a free-kick just outside the box after 67 minutes, but he fired the effort high and wide. Liverpool responded through Glatzel, who twice went close before getting the second goal his attacking endeavour deserved. Bobby Duncan played his fellow forward into the box on 74 minutes, allowing the striker to turn and fire into the back of the net for 2-0. And his hat-trick goal followed 10 minutes later when he reacted quickest to a loose ball in the box. Left-back Remi Savage made one of his forward forays and appeared to be felled as he cut into the opposition area. As the young defender appealed for a penalty, Glatzel pounced on the ball and lifted a shot over the advancing ‘keeper as he was falling backwards to make it 3-0. Lewtas' U18s now go into the quarter-finals of the Premier League Cup, along with five other group winners and the two best runners-up. https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/academy/329201-liverpool-u18s-southampton-premier-league-cup In other news, this afternoon's reserve game: Liverpool 4 (Markovic 9, Camacho 44, Millar 74, 76) Arsenal 1 (John-Jules 11) Team reportedly Grabara; Hoever, Juanma, Johnston, Masterson, Coyle, Chirivella, Lewis, Christie-Davies, Camacho, Markovic (Millar 46).
  3. cinco veces

    Youth Team/Cup

    Liverpool U23s held by Bournemouth in PL Cup Liverpool U23s were held to a 1-1 draw in their Premier League Cup tie with Bournemouth at the Academy on Sunday. Neil Critchley’s side came into the match with just a point from their opening two games in Group C – but looked on course to add three at the expense of the leaders. Rafael Camacho gave the young Reds a breakthrough on 58 minutes when he created room to send a low finish past Bournemouth goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale. But the visitors denied Liverpool a vital victory 10 minutes from time, when Kyle Taylor found the net with an impressive volley. Critchley told Liverpoolfc.com: "We played very well in the first-half and created some good chances. "Bournemouth came into the game more in the second half and I felt if we had got the second goal we would have won the game. "We competed well today and I'm not disappointed with the boys, and we now look forward to our next game against Hertha BSC in the Premier League International Cup on Wednesday." Liverpool U23s: Grabara, N Williams, Juanma, Masterson, Johnston, Coyle (Cain), Camacho, Chirivella, McAuley (Millar), Christie-Davies, Larouci. https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/academy/328062-liverpool-u23s-bournemouth-premier-league-cup
  4. cinco veces

    Youth Team/Cup

    Bobby Duncan scores four as LFC U18s beat Boro 6-5 Bobby Duncan scored four and Paul Glatzel netted a last-minute winner as Liverpool U18s beat Middlesbrough 6-5 in a thrilling game on Saturday, writes Fat Ste. The incredible victory in their final league fixture of 2018 means Barry Lewtas’ side have once again closed the gap on U18 Premier League leaders Everton to just one point. Duncan gave the young Reds the perfect start at Rockcliffe Park when he opened the scoring after just three minutes, but Boro's Stephen Walker converted a penalty soon after to level. Walker then made it 2-1 before Elijah Dixon-Bonner pounced to equalise, and it was 3-2 to Lewtas' team by the 27th minute thanks to Duncan with his second of the match. Boro's Isaac Fletcher pounced to beat Vitezslav Jaros and level again before the break, before Walker completed his treble with another penalty to give the hosts the lead early in the second period. Duncan then got his own hat-trick goal, but Fletcher responded quickly to see Boro go 5-4 up on 65 minutes. But there was more drama to come, as Duncan made it 5-5 with his 16th goal of the season and then set up his strike partner Glatzel to fire home the U18s' fourth last-minute winner of the campaign. Reflecting on the victory, Lewtas told Liverpoolfc.com: "We got there in the end against a very good Middlesbrough side. We kept going and we did well to get the win. Bobby's finishing was very good and he and Paul led the line really well. "They are a real handful and you always think if a chance falls to them then they will score. What we are not happy about - and to be fair the boys are not happy as well - is conceding five goals. "I told the boys we shouldn't have to work that hard all of the time and have to score six to win it, but in saying that I don't want to be disrespectful to Middlesbrough because they were really good today. "To be fair to our boys, they showed fantastic character. They don't drop their heads and they keep going right to the end which is really positive. "When we got it back to 5-5 we didn't celebrate the equaliser and instead Paul tried to get the ball back quickly from their goalkeeper so we could get the game going again and try to get a winner. That says a lot about us as a group I think." Liverpool U18s: Jaros, Walls, Boyes, R Williams, Savage, Clarkson, Dixon-Bonner (O’Rourke, 72), Sharif, Glatzel, Duncan (Bearne, 90), Longstaff. https://www.liverpoolfc.com/news/academy/327956-liverpool-u18s-middlesbrough-glatzel-duncan
  5. cinco veces

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    Full time 3-2.
  6. cinco veces

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    Glatzel flattened in the box but nothing from the ref.
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    Glatzels first touch should have been a goal after good work by Larouci, but the keeper was able to parry it and the rebound went wide.
  8. cinco veces

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    Millar heads in a Camacho cross from inches out and its 3-2 with 5 minutes left... Camacho is then oddly subbed off for Glatzel before the restart.
  9. cinco veces

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    Cain gives away a pen with a tired challenge. The French convert it, 3-1
  10. cinco veces

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    Camacho shot just over after a free kick wasn't cleared.
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    Longstaff on for Coyle.
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    Rhys Williams misses with a free header at a corner, still 2-1.
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    PSG 2-1, cross from the right is tapped home from 6 yards out.
  14. cinco veces

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    Halftime 1-1 Score is a fair reflection, both teams have looked good in possession.
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    Camacho should have made it 2-0 from a Millar cross but pokes it wide. Then a PSG counter attack straight up the middle makes it. 1-1