U18s hammer Liverpool

24 September  9 Comments  [Jump to last]

Everton Under-18s took local bragging rights in emphatic style with a 4-1 away win over Liverpool.

Antony Evans and Daniel Bramall helped themselves to a brace each as the Blues recovered from conceding an equaliser early in the second half to eventually claim a handsome victory.

Evans opened the scoring after collecting Beni Baningime's pass after 10 minutes but when goalkeeper Chris Renshaw spilled a shot, Yan Dhanda was on hand to level for the Reds shortly after half time.

Evans restored the advantage midway through the second period, however, before Shane Lavery released Bramall down the right whose cross-cum-shot caught the 'keeper out to double the lead.

Baningime was the provider again for the fourth, crossing for Bramall to tap home from close range.

Everton U18s: Renshaw; Morris, Harrington, Baningime, Lees (c), Feeney, Bramall, Kiersey (84' Hornby), Lavery, Evans, Mampala (40' Duke-McKenna (90+1' Virtanen)).
Subs: Pierce, Moore.

 

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Paul Thompson
1 Posted 24/09/2016 at 12:35:51
Everton U18s currently playing Liverpool (away) and winning 3-1. Great game.
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Frank Crewe
2 Posted 24/09/2016 at 12:38:20
4-1
Ernie Baywood
3 Posted 24/09/2016 at 12:38:23
Now 4-1 up. The tall number 10 (Evans) very impressive. Who is the number 4 in midfield? They mentioned he was Congolese?
Ste Lewis
4 Posted 24/09/2016 at 12:43:09
It's Beni Baningime

http://www.Evertonfc.com/players/b/bb/beni-baningime

Frank Crewe
5 Posted 24/09/2016 at 12:53:46
He takes no prisoners. Just put a RS player out the game.
Ernie Baywood
6 Posted 24/09/2016 at 12:54:49
Yep, made some great tackles in the first half. Set up two goals too.

Hopefully the young lad is alright. That didn't look good.

Frank Crewe
7 Posted 24/09/2016 at 12:59:55
Well injuries are part of the game. Best learn while they're young.
Paul Thompson
8 Posted 24/09/2016 at 13:02:12
The future's bright, the future's Blue. What a great win for the young lads. Baningime and Evans are real talents. Be good to see the seniors play half as well later!
Dave Abrahams
9 Posted 25/09/2016 at 18:45:13
I liked the look of Beni Baningime when I saw him last season, never stops running and tackling, hope he has a good season, he got injured last year which kept him out for quite a while. Anthony Evans is a striker Everton have high hopes of.

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