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U18s match report: Liverpool suffer league defeat at home to Wolves



U18s match report: Liverpool suffer league defeat at home to Wolves

Morana made an excellent low save to disclaim Testimony Igbinoghene earlier than Younger regarded to have a robust shout for a penalty turned away as he was hauled down within the field.

Marc Bridge-Wilkinson reacted to the deficit with a pair of half-time adjustments – Bradshaw and Josh Sonni-Lambie arriving from the bench.

However Wolves threatened first within the second interval as Minkyu Ji blasted over from an excellent place and Luke Rawlings shot straight at Morana.

Liverpool left-back Harry Evers used his potent throw to launch Kieran Morrison behind the defence, however Bradshaw couldn’t management his fierce cross.

Simply earlier than the hour mark, Wolves regarded to have made the sport protected as substitute Makenzie Bradbury collected a by means of ball, turned a defender and completed previous Morana to make it 3-0.

Figueroa arrived from the bench for Liverpool and with just below 20 minutes left he gave the Reds some hope.

Morrison fired in a trademark shot from the sting of the field and when Benjamin saved, Figueroa was readily available to calmly end into the empty web.

Hope of a comeback lasted simply two minutes, nonetheless, as Wolves grabbed a fourth – Fraser Harper’s lofted drive giving Morana no likelihood.

Morrison and Bradshaw completed the sport brightly for Liverpool on each wings and the latter deserved his objective in damage time, heading residence on the again submit from a deep Airoboma cross.


Liverpool U18s: Morana, Pitt, Evers, Furnell-Gill, Airoboma, Okay. Kelly (Bradshaw, 46), Laffey, Morrison, Ahmed (Sonni-Lambie, 46), Younger (Figueroa, 62), Onanuga.

Unused substitutes: Corridor, Lonmeni.


The U18s full their 2023-24 marketing campaign with a visit to Derby County on Saturday Might 11.

The competition kicks off at 12.30pm BST and might be watched stay on LFCTV GO.

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