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Manchester United Under 21s 1-1 Leicetser Under 21: Guillermo Varela cancels out Foxes early lead at the King Power stadium

* Warren Joyce's Manchester United Under 21 draw season opener
* They fell behind after 22 minutes against Leicester with an own goal
* Guillermo Valera equalised 11 minutes later with a fine solo effort


The defence of Manchester United's under 21 title began with a 1-1 draw at Leicester on Monday, with Guillermo Varela claiming a point for Warren Joyce's side.

Leicester took the lead after 22 minutes thanks to an own goal by Ashley Edwards following a challenge on forward Leonardo Ulloa by Donald Love.

But the hosts could only hold on to their lead for 11 minutes.


Josh Ashley Fletcher of Manchester United (left) takes on Michael Cain of Leicester at the King Power stadium


Goalkeeper Joel Pereira in action for United during the draw against Leicester on Monday

Varela, who was the first signing made at United by David Moyes, hauled his team level with an impressive individual effort.

He capitalised upon weak defending from Leicester man Ben Chilwell and broke into the penalty area before placing a shot beyond the reach of goalkeeper Jonny Maddison.

But United were unable to add to Varela's strike.

Leicester had the better if proceedings in the second half and had goalkeeper Joel Pereira to thank for even honours at the King Power Stadium.

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Under-21s: Leicester 1 United 1

Manchester United opened the defence of the Barclays Under-21 Premier League title with a 1-1 draw at Leicester City's King Power Stadium.

Warren Joyce's side repeated last season's result at the same venue as Guillermo Varela cancelled out an Ashley Fletcher own goal with an individual effort during the first half.

The Foxes were quick out of the blocks and dominated the opening exchanges with Joel Castro Pereira's goal under real pressure. Pereira kept out a shot by Jak McCourt and ex-Red Tom Lawrence had a couple of attempts, one from a free-kick, before the opening goal on 22 minutes.

McCourt sent over a set-piece from the left, following a late tackle by Donald Love on first-teamer Leonardo Ulloa, and the ball skimmed off Fletcher's head and into the net. United struggled to muster any real threat until a moment of real inspiration by Varela.

Pouncing on a defensive lapse by Ben Chilwell, the Uruguayan drove into the box with intent and concluded a solo run with a well-placed drive past Jonny Maddison with his left foot. The Reds were galvanised by the strike and a neat move saw Josh Harrop steer a James Weir pass straight at Maddison.

The second half was an evenly balanced and intense affair with both teams able to keep possession but delivering little in way of sting in attack. Harrop launched a free-kick over the bar but Love needed to block a Jack Barmby shot after another former Red was picked out by Yohan Benalouane's inventive backheel. Benalouane embarked on a running battle with Weir throughout the second half and risked receiving more than the yellow card he was shown for his aggressive approach.

Joe Dodoo ran straight through the heart of the defence, only to be halted by Pereira, while Maddison held a curling effort by Matty Willock that may have been drifting wide in any case. Fletcher twice flashed off target from passes by Weir and substitute Sadiq El Fitouri with the visitors' final

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Under-21s: Manchester United 3 Everton 1

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Monday 21 September, 19:00 BST

MANCHESTER UNITED 3
(Weir 66, Wilson 22, Lingard 52)

EVERTON 1
(Dyson 75)
Manchester United Under-21s comfortably overcame Everton 3-1 at Leigh Sports Village with James Weir, James Wilson and Jesse Lingard all on the scoresheet in front of the MUTV cameras.

Sam Johnstone, Lingard and Wilson were handed their first competitive outings for Warren Joyce's side this term and responded with positive performances. Skipper Lingard made a dangerous run to latch onto Sean Goss's fine sixth-minute through ball but could only loft his finish over the bar.


After Wilson was unable to convert an Axel Tuanzebe cross, the striker made an expert touch during a one-two with Weir to allow the blond-haired midfielder to advance and clinically finish past Mateusz Hewelt. Although Johnstone made a routine stop from Callum Connelly, the lead was soon doubled when Josh Harrop performed a crunching tackle on Liam Walsh in midfield. Wilson collected and drove forwards, ignoring the shout of Lingard to slam a trademark finish wide of Hewelt.


Calum Dyson fired well wide after a nice turn but it was a rare opening for the Toffees. At the other end, Hewelt dived to frustrate Harrop following a mazy dribble by the midfield man and Lingard screwed off target following good work by Goss.


Johnstone was forced into making a smart stop as half-time approached when David Henen met Dyson's cross with a goalbound header as the keeper showed off his credentials. In the second half, Harrop scooped over after initially displaying a neat touch to get a Cameron Borthwick-Jackson pass out of his feet before the left-back was involved in the third goal.


Borthwick-Jackson's ball inside went past Weir but was pounced upon by Lingard, who left Ryan Ledson for dead and swept a clever finish into the corner of the net to maintain an impressive scoring record against the Merseysiders. Lingard had a carbon-copy shot kept out by Hewelt from a Goss pass as United hunted more goals.
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Manchester United U21s 3-1 Everton U21s: James Wilson and Jesse Lingard on target for hosts in victory

* James Weir put Manchester United Under 21s ahead on 16 minutes
* James Wilson doubled the hosts' lead with a low striker six minutes later
* United went 3-0 ahead shortly after half-time thanks to Jesse Lingard
* Everton's Callum Dyson pulled one back on 78 minutes with a header


Manchester United first-team members James Wilson and Jesse Lingard made their presence felt as their Under 21 side swept aside their Everton counterparts on Monday night.

The duo and James Weir were all on target as the Red Devils won 3-1 at the Leigh Sports Village in their Barclays Under 21 Premier League encounter.

United U21 boss Warren Joyce handed goalkeeper Sam Johnstone, Lingard and Wilson their first competitive outings this season - with all three impressing.

And it was the latter who made the first telling contribution of the match - providing the assist for the opening goal on 17 minutes.

Wilson, who is highly-rated within Old Trafford, played a neat one-two with Weir which ended with the midfielder finishing coolly past Mateusz Hewelt.

Wilson soon found himself on the scoresheet six minutes later when he ran at the heart of the Everton defence before shooting low into the bottom corner Hewelt's net.

The visitors rallied back towards the end of the first half and came close to pulling one back when David Henen's goalbound header was brilliantly denied by Johnstone.

And the Toffees were to rue that missed chance after the interval as United came out of the traps quickly to extend their lead.

Lingard, who was named captain by Joyce, added a third on 52 minutes with a curling effort after dashing into the Everton penalty area.

Weir failed to make it 4-0 when he wasted a one-on-one opportunity and it was the visitors who grabbed the fourth goal of the match - albeit a consolation.

Callum Dyson pulled one back on 78 minutes for the Merseysiders with a header at the far post from a Jonjoe Kenny cross - but United held out for victory.

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Manchester United U21 3-2 Liverpool U21: Marouane Fellaini nets in win for Red Devils

* Marouane Fellaini scored for Manchester United's youth side
* Andreas Pereira and Sergio Romero were also in action
* Liverpool side included Jose Enrique and Jordan Rossiter


Marouane Fellaini scored for Manchester United's Under 21 side as they beat Liverpool 3-2 in a dramatic Barclays Under 21 Premier League clash on Monday night.

The Belgian midfielder has struggled for game time in Louis van Gaal's first team this season, so would have been delighted to get on the scoresheet before playing a key role as Nick Powell doubled United's lead with 11 minutes to go.

Liverpool then pulled two goals back with strikes from Jerome Sinclair and Madger Gomes to seemingly claim a point, the latter coming after a poor error from goalkeeper Sergio Romero, but Sean Goss struck in the closing minutes to secure the victory for United.

Fellaini and Co dominated the first half for United, with the likes of Andreas Pereira, Romero and Powell also handed starts, while Jordan Rossiter played an hour for Liverpool as he continued his return from injury.

Undoubtedly the biggest name in the Liverpool side, though, was Jose Enrique, the Spanish left-back targeting a first-team return under Jurgen Klopp after being frozen out towards the end of Brendan Rodgers' tenure.

But while trying to make a good impression, Enrique instead made a poor error which nearly led to an opener for United after 26 minutes, when he passed it straight into the path of Powell. The United forward then slipped the ball into Pereira, whose effort was brilliantly tipped over by Liverpool goalkeeper Ryan Fulton.

Six minutes later, however, United were in front through Fellaini. The midfielder hasn't started a first-team game since United's Capital One Cup defeat by Middlesbrough last month, but looked sharp as he netted from Josh Harrop's cross.

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Manchester United: Romero, Varela, Tuanzebe, Borthwick-Jackson, Riley, Weir, Goss, Pereira, Fellaini, Harrop (Redmond 76'), Powell (Rashford 81')

Goals: Fellaini 32' Powell 79' Goss 89'

Liverpool: Fulton, Maguire, Smith (Hart 46'), Cleary, Enrique, Rossiter (Gomes 61'), Wilson, Chirivella (Virtue 87'), Sinclair, Brannagan, O'Hanlon

Goals: Sinclair 83' Gomes 85'
United threatened again early after the break, as Guillermo Varela whipped a ball from the right-hand side onto the head of Powell, who should have done better than nod wide from inside the area.

United continued to dominate but Liverpool had the ball in the back of the net midway through the second half when substitute Gomes, on for Rossiter, fired low past Romero.

But it was chalked off, perhaps wrongly, for offside by the officials.

To add to Liverpool's woes several minutes later, United doubled their lead and it was Fellaini at the heart of it again.

He played a one-two on the edge of the area before his fierce drive was saved by Fulton, but the Liverpool keeper could only divert it into the path of Powell for the simplest of tap-ins as United moved into a seemingly unassailable lead with just over 10 minutes on the clock.

But Liverpool didn't give up and pulled one back four minutes later through Sinclair as he netted from close range, then drew level soon afterwards when Romero's poor attempt at a punch landed straight at the feet of Gomes, who buried it into the bottom corner.

The game was seemingly heading for a draw, but United eventually claimed the victory in the 89th minute as Goss got onto the end of a pass from Fellaini on the edge of the area before curling one brilliantly into the top corner.

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U21S: MANCHESTER UNITED 3 TOTTENHAM 1

Barclays Under-21 Premier League | 4 January 2016 | Scorers: Weir 13, A Pereira 65, 91

Manchester United Under-21s kicked off 2016 with an entertaining 3-1 win against Tottenham Hotspur at Leigh Sports Village thanks to a first-half strike from James Weir and a second-half brace by Andreas Pereira.

It was a win that took the young Reds to fourth in the table and coach Warren Joyce will be pleased with his men following a match that - save for Joe Pritchard's header for Spurs - was controlled by the home side.

The game began in a cautious fashion as both sides looked to sound the other out early on. Spurs and England winger Andros Townsend was the first to register a shot on goal, but it would be United who were the early pacesetters, as Warren Joyce's men mounted a sustained spell of pressure on the visitors' defence.

Matty Willock went close when he was picked out by the returning Will Keane, who did well to outfox three Spurs defenders, but the former's shot was easily smothered by Spurs goalkeeper Thomas Glover.

Thankfully, the Reds would not have long to wait before making the breakthrough as Devonte Redmond made the most of James Weir's marauding run forward to pick out the skipper who duly slotted home to hand United a deserved 13th-minute advantage.

Having scored his second goal in two games, Weir almost turned provider shortly afterwards as his cross caused a scramble in the area that was ultimately cleared by the panicked Spurs back line.

A brief lull then ensued following a frantic 15 minutes, before Townsend almost brought Tottenham level when his effort clipped the bar after excellent build-up play from the England international.

The restart brought about a similarly cagey opening to the first, with United and Spurs seemingly content not to overly commit with the score delicately poised. Ro-Shaun Williams went close for United with a header from a corner just past the hour mark, but chances were at a minimum in a much slower second period.

Things soon livened up though when another fine run from the impressive Weir won the Reds a corner and Pereira duly arrowed the setpiece directly into the back of the net to secure a two-goal lead. Spurs keeper Glover will no doubt be disappointed to have been beaten in such a way.

Will Keane then had the opportunity to put the game beyond Spurs after seizing on confusion in their ranks to forge a run on goal, but the forward - recalled from a loan spell at Preston - could only place his shot wide with just Glover to beat.

It was a chance that United may have lived to regret as, having only been on the field for 90 seconds, substitute Pritchard headed Spurs back into contention after latching on to a left-wing cross from Townsend. With the bit between their teeth, the visitors sensed the chance of an unlikely draw and began to put the Reds' defence under serious pressure.

Ultimately that approach would only serve to leave gaping holes for United to gleefully exploit and Pereira raced through to comfortably round Glover and seal the win with a cheeky finish for his second and the Reds' third goal.

United: J Pereira: Weir, Williams, Fosu-Mensah, Varela; Pearson, Redmond; Willock (Riley, 58), A Pereira, Harrop (Rashford, 76); Keane (Fletcher, 85). Subs not used: O’Hara, Rothwell.
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Barclays Under-21 Premier League | 11 Januari 2016 | Scorers: Keane 26pen, 29, 61pen / Fosu 85

Will Keane hattrick.

Manchester United U21 menang telak atas tuan rumah Reading, 1-3. Keane yang baru saja kembali dari masa peminjaman menunjukkan ketajamannya.

United: Pereira; Love, Fosu-Mensah, Williams, Riley; Varela, Willock, Redmond, Harrop, Weir (Warren 75); Keane. Subs not used: O'Hara, Gribbin, Rathbone, Mitchell.

Selamat juga untuk Will Keane dan kembarannya Michael (Burnley) yang merayakan hari ulang tahun saat match.
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UNDER-21S: UNITED 4 SOUTHAMPTON 0

Barclays Under-21 Premier League | 18 January 2016 | Scorers: Januzaj 45,79 Keane 53,69 pen

Manchester United Under-21s made it eight home wins on the trot by sinking Southampton 4-0 thanks to doubles from Adnan Januzaj, in his first outing since returning from a loan at Borussia Dortmund, and Will Keane, who made it five goals in his last two games.

The Reds peppered the Saints goal by registering 12 shots in the opening half an hour with Keane heading over Januzaj's inviting cross and then showing great skill to tee up Andreas Pereira's lobbed pass for a left-footed volley that was dragged off target.

Ryan Seager turned Ro-Shaun Williams to screw well wide but Keane and Paddy McNair blasted at Paulo Gazzaniga before the keeper made a much better stop to repel Januzaj's close-range effort following a nice move involving James Weir and Pereira on the left.

Pereira flashed a dipping effort just off the mark but required treatment for a head injury and Southampton started to create chances of their own. Jake Hesketh skimmed the netting with a low drive from the edge of the box and Bevis Mugabe rose to head a Joshua Debayo corner goalwards, only for it to clip the bar and go over the top.

It served as a warning to Warren Joyce's in-form side, who responded with the opening strike in the dying seconds of the half. Keane fed Januzaj and he worked the ball onto his left foot to drill a 20-yard deflected drive wide of Gazzaniga's despairing dive and into the corner of the net.

United aimed to build on the lead by flying out of the blocks for the second half, pressing the Saints back with spellbinding football. Pereira was dictating matters and tested Gazzaniga with a fierce shot before poking wide following a pass by Matty Willock.

A second goal duly arrived when Januzaj fed Guillermo Varela and his brilliant centre allowed Keane to nod a textbook header past Gazzaniga to double the lead on 53 minutes. An amazing sequence saw Gazzaniga make three saves in quick succession to deny Willock, Keane and Pereira with the Brazil Under-20 international's effort a jaw-dropping one that would have produced a contender for Goal of the Season.

Pereira danced through to lash wide and Tim Fosu-Mensah fizzed a long-ranger into the stands before more audacious skill by Pereira unhinged the visiting defence again. His backheel played in Januzaj, who was tugged back by Jack Stephens, and Keane confidently tucked away the penalty to Gazzaniga's right.

Seager had a goal disallowed, although he was offside in any case, even if the referee did not play an advantage, but there were no free-kicks for offside awarded in the entire game. Keane did superbly to tee up Januzaj for his second of the night, smacking in a left-foot finish with the minimum of fuss but the Belgian was withdrawn soon afterwards before he could chase a hat-trick.

Mugabe logged the Saints' first attempt on target towards the end, which was comfortably dealt with by Sergio Romero, as United inch ever closer to leaders Sunderland ahead of the visit of the Black Cats next Monday for a key showdown. There are now seven points in it but United have three games in hand.

United: Romero; Varela, Williams, McNair, Love; Fosu-Mensah (Riley 72), Willock; Januzaj (El Fitouri 81), A.Pereira, Weir; Keane. Subs not used: J.Pereira, Redmond, Rashford.

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