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UNDER-19S: LIVERPOOL 2 UNITED 0

UEFA Youth League | Prenton Park | Scorers: Woodburn 11, Camacho 77

Manchester United's youngsters were undone by goals from Liverpool's Ben Woodburn and Rafael Camacho in the UEFA Youth League round-of-16 tie at Prenton Park.

The home side quickly gained the upper hand on a difficult surface, with Tranmere Rovers having played Macclesfield Town on Tuesday night, and made inroads towards Alex Fojticek's goal. Woodburn had a shot blocked and the overworked Ro-Shaun Williams cleared a cross from the dangerous Curtis Jones.

An opening goal duly arrived in the 11th minute when Neco Williams crossed from the right to pick out a free Woodburn in the box. Fojticek could not keep the header out, as he pushed it into the top corner of the net.

Bobby Adekanye and Liam Millar broke to tee up Jones for another chance and Woodburn fired over following good work by Millar. Tyrell Warren, playing at left-back, hacked a Jones shot away as the home fans looked to greet a second goal.

By far the Reds' best move of the half came six minutes before the break when Ethan Laird escaped down the right and delivered a telling ball into the middle. Tahith Chong did everything right, meeting it on the full, but his volley crashed back off the woodwork with Kamil Grabara beaten.

Nicky Butt's side managed another effort on goal when Joshua Bohui wriggled free but shot off target when having other options in the box. At the other end, Elijah Dixon-Bonner let fly from distance and the deflected attempt clipped the bar on its way over.

Butt's team-talk had some effect with Laird pushing further forward and soon bursting forward to pick out Aidan Barlow. The midfielder elected to shoot and Grabara clawed it away in spectacular fashion. The Reds pressed higher up the pitch and Bohui robbed Grabara to set up Chong, only for the Dutchman's finish towards an inviting net to lack power and Conor Masterson was able to block.

Dixon-Bonner lashed wide at the other end to prompt a spell of more control by the Merseysiders, with Jones extending Fojticek with a curler. However, United remained very much in the tie with Ro-Shaun Williams's header from Angel Gomes's free-kick lacking the direction to beat Grabara.

Chong started to hit top gear and was unlucky when crashing a drive just the wrong side of the post as he and Laird looked lively down the right with the visitors desperately chasing an equaliser. The prospect of getting caught on the break was clear, with Jones spurning one opening, and so it proved when substitute Camacho wrapped it up.

Gomes's hopeful ball was cleared with Woodburn then shrugging off the United no.10 to free Camacho with the outside of his boot. The Portuguese wide man unleashed a fierce drive that flew over Fojticek to effectively settle the tie. Despite a double change with forwards Nishan Burkart and D'Mani Mellor thrown on, there was no way back. Consequently, it is Steven Gerrard's men who progress to meet Manchester City in the quarter-finals of the competition.

United: Fojticek; Laird, R. Williams, O'Connor (Burkart 81), Warren (Tanner 60); Garner (Mellor 81), Hamilton, Barlow; Chong, Gomes, Bohui. Subs not used: Kovar, Ercolani, B. Williams, Boonen.

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UNDER 18S: MANCHESTER UNITED 4 EVERTON 1

United’s Under-18s consolidated their place at the summit of the Premier League table with a resounding victory over second-placed Everton at the Aon Training Complex on Saturday.

Mason Greenwood grabbed two of the goals, with Largie Ramazani and James Garner also finding the net to stretch the young Reds' lead to four points at the top of the table.

It was a beautifully sunny day in this little corner of South Manchester, but that was contrasted by a bitterly cold wind that blew through the training ground.

This first against second clash certainly lived up to its pre-match billing, as both teams went flat out from the start. United started the game holding a one point advantage over Everton with the Goodison Park club having one game in hand, so it was imperative that the Reds should take the three points in order to keep their title charge on track.

The Reds made an encouraging start with Aidan Barlow going close in the opening minutes of the match. Then, in the 11th minute, United made the early breakthrough with Barlow crossing to Mason Greenwood who made no mistake from close range.

Barlow and James Garner both went close as the Reds continued make the pace and push forward looking to add another goal. Everton were by no means out of the picture and they certainly looked dangerous when they went forward. And they showed that United needed to be on their guard when, in the 31st minute, full back Nathan Moore found striker Ellis Simms who gleefully put the Toffees on level terms.

However, Everton’s parity was short-lived for within sixty seconds United had restored their lead with a goal from Largie Ramazani following good work from Brandon Williams. Four minutes before the break and United extended their lead with a terrific long-range curling shot from James Garner. The wind may have played some part in this spectacular goal but the end product was definitely what Garner intended.

The same player almost claimed his second of the game, on the stroke of half-time, but his shot skimmed the crossbar.

The second half mirrored the first in many ways with United always having the edge, but nothing could be taken for granted until twelve minutes from time when Greenwood grabbed his second goal to rubber-stamp an important victory and keep Kieran McKenna’s lads firmly in the title race driving seat.

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United 4 (Greenwood 11, 78, Ramazani 32, Garner 41)
Everton 1 (Simms 31)

United: Kovar; Tanner, Dunne, O’Connor, Williams B.; Garner, Levitt; Burkart (Ramazani 25), Puigmal (McGhee 81), Barlow (Laird 79); Greenwood
Subs not used: Fojticek, Mellor

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MANCHESTER UNITED UNDER-18S' 2017/18 FIXTURES

Saturday's match away to Wolves has been moved from the Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground to the Thomas Telford School, Old Park, Telford TF3 4NW.

UNDER-18 PREMIER LEAGUE NORTH (unless stated)

Sat 19 Aug - West Brom (A) 2-4
Fri 25 Aug - Stoke City (H) 2-1
Sat 9 Sep - Derby (A), 2-0
Sat 16 Sep - Arsenal (H) 4-3 (Premier League Cup)
Sat 23 Sep - Newcastle (H) 1-1
Sat 30 Sep - Everton (A), 1-1
Sat 14 Oct - Wolves (H), 6-1
Sat 21 Oct - Middlesbrough (H) 6-2
Sat 28 Oct - Sunderland (H) 2-1
Sun 5 Nov - Stoke (A) 0-1 (Premier League Cup)
Sat 18 Nov - Blackburn (A) 4-1
Sat 25 Nov - Manchester City (A) 1-4
Sat 2 Dec - Wolves (A) 2-3 (Premier League Cup)
Sat 9 Dec - Liverpool (H), 2-2
Wed 13 Dec - Derby (A), 2-2 (1-3 on pens) (FA Youth Cup)
Sat 13 Jan - Sunderland (A), 2-1
Sat 20 Jan - Stoke (A), Clayton Wood 4-2
Sat 3 Feb - Derby (H) 6-3
Sat 10 Feb - Newcastle (A) 1-2
Sat 24 Feb - Everton (H) 4-1
Sat 3 Mar - Wolves (A), 11:30, Thomas Telford School
Sat 10 Mar - West Brom (H)
Sat 17 Mar - Blackburn (H)
Sat 7 Apr - Middlesbrough (A) 12:30, MFC Training Ground
Sat 14 Apr - Man City (H)
Fri 20 Apr - Liverpool (A), 19:00 The Academy, Kirkby

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All fixtures are subject to change. Unless otherwise stated above, home matches are played at the Aon Training Complex and kick off at 11:00 UK time.

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UNDER-18S: MANCHESTER UNITED 6 WEST BROM 1

Under-18 Premier League | Aon Training Complex | Scorers: Greenwood 3, 15, Burkart 32, Williams own goal 38, Barlow 56, Puigmal 90+1; Azaz 85

Manchester United's Under-18s produced a powerful performance to sweep aside West Bromwich Albion 6-1 at the Aon Training Complex on Saturday.

The young Reds were in the driving seat after just 15 minutes, by which time Mason Greenwood had scored both of his goals beginning with a superb solo effort.

Nishan Burkart followed Greenwood onto the scoresheet just after the half-hour mark before an own goal by Williams ensured the hosts went into the half-time break with a comfortable 4-0 lead.

Aidan Barlow weighed in with United's fifth strike in the 56th minute but the Reds' scoring spree was paused until Arnau Puigmal netted in injury time, his goal making it 6-1 after Azaz had pulled back a late consolation for the Baggies.

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UNDER-18S: WOLVES 0 UNITED 2

Under-18 Premier League | Sir Jack Hayward Training Ground | Scorer: Greenwood (90+2, 90+4)

Two goals in added time from Mason Greenwood saw Manchester United beat Wolves in a keenly-fought contest to stretch our lead our lead at the summit of the Premier League Under-18 North table.

The game looked be heading for a stalemate until really late pressure saw United pull it out of the fire in the nick of time.

Kieran McKenna made six changes to the starting line-up that scorched to a 6-1 win over West Bromwich Albion at the Aon Training Complex on Saturday morning. That convincing victory over the Baggies put our Under-18s four points ahead of second-placed Liverpool in the league table with the Merseysiders having one game in hand.

The Reds’ recent form has been exceptional and McKenna's men were certainly hoping to maintain that level of performance at The Jack Hayward Training Centre, Wolves’ well-appointed facility just a couple of miles from the club’s famous Molineux Stadium.

Both teams made a lively start to the game, but there was very little in way of goalmouth excitement during the first 15 minutes. Wolves looked to have made an opening for themselves when striker Astin Samuels broke free with United’s goal in his sights, but rapid reactions from Matej Kovar saw the young keeper sprint from his goal to clear the danger.

Kovar was in action again a few minutes later to comfortably collect Owen Otasowie's long-range shot, while both James Garner and Greenwood had near misses as the half-time whistle approached.

The game continued in a similar vein after the break with both teams seeing plenty of the ball without any end product.

Dion McGhee was inches from giving his side the lead, in the 55th minute, when his beautifully hit free-kick struck the crossbar.

The game took a dramatic turn with six minutes remaining when Wolves’ central defender and skipper Dion Sanderson was sent off following a foul on Brandon Williams. The referee, Blake Antrobus, consulted one of his assistants before directing Sanderson to the dressing room.

United hadn’t failed to score in all of the previous league games this season and with the seconds flying by that excellent record looked set to fall. Then in the second minute of added time Lee O’Connor crossed from the right and Greenwood rose above the rest to head past Jackson Smith in the Wolves goal.

United were unsurprisingly delighted, but there was more to come when less than two minutes later Greenwood found space in the area before firing home the second goal for his fourth brace in five matches.

United: Kovar; Laird, O’Connor, Bernard, Williams B.; McGhee (Levitt 71), Galbraith (Puigmal 71), Garner, Barlow; Mellor (Burkart 71), Greenwood. Subs not used: Tanner, Fojticek.

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UNDER-18S: UNITED 5 BLACKBURN 0

Under-18 Premier League | Aon Training Complex | Scorers: Burkart 20, Garner 30, Greenwood 49, Levitt 65, Mellor 68

Manchester United’s Under-18s stormed to another convincing victory in blizzard conditions at the Aon Training Complex on Saturday to keep us well on track in the title race.

The young Reds, who had rattled home six goals in four previous home games this season, looked all set for a fifth half-dozen, but ultimately had to be content on this occasion with a handful.

The weather prediction was that there was a chance of snow in the region - well they definitely got that one right because this Premier League Under-18 match was played out in incredibly heavy snow, which was horizontal at times, and that was punctuated with bursts of bright, mildly warm sunshine.

The elements did little to interfere with the game that in the early stages saw possession shared between the teams. United perhaps were a little more inventive in front of goal and certainly looked the more likely to break the deadlock. And, in the 20th minute, they Reds duly moved into the lead with a goal out of the blue when Nishan Burkart tried his luck with a curling shot from the right wing that found the top corner with Rovers’ keeper Ben Winterbottom stranded.

Ten minutes later and United doubled the lead with James Garner tapping home after taking a short pass from Mason Greenwood. United were well into their stride by this time and looking more than capable of adding to the tally.

Half-time was reached without further addition to the scoreline, but within four minutes of the restart Mason Greenwood grabbed a third goal following excellent work from Millen Baars.

Kieran McKenna then made three changes, but it did nothing to alter the pattern of play and in the 65th-minute Baars was the provider again, this time for Dylan Levitt to be the beneficiary.

D’Mani Mellor rounded off the scoring three minutes later to cap another impressive performance in extremely testing conditions.

United: Fojtíček; Tanner, O’Connor, Bernard, Williams B; Garner (Mellor 61), Puigmal (Galbraith 61); Burkart, Levitt, Baars; Greenwood (McGhee 61). Subs not used: Barlow, Kovar.

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REDS BOW OUT IN DALLAS CUP SHOOT-OUT



Manchester United were beaten 3-2 in a penalty shoot-out by Arsenal after a 2-2 draw in the semi-final of the Dallas Cup in Texas.

Kieran McKenna's side started brightly and went ahead in the 20th minute, when Largie Ramazani calmly slotted past Arthur Okonkwo, following a James Garner pass. A second goal arrived eight minutes before the interval. Garner, who has enjoyed an outstanding tournament, capped a fine move to fire home a Mason Greenwood assist and put the Reds firmly in the driving seat.

However, substitute Bukayo Saka pulled one back soon after half-time and levelled just past the hour mark, when his effort went in off the bar. Both sides had chances in extra-time, with United keeper Matej Kovar deflecting a shot by Robert Lee Burton against the woodwork and Tahith Chong going close for McKenna's side.

Benson and Clarke missed in the shoot-out for Arsenal, only for Garner and D'Mani Mellor to also fail from the spot. Although Jake Kenyon found the net, as Chong had with the first penalty, Ethan Galbraith's attempt was saved by Okonkwo to take Arsenal through to meet Tigres in the final.

Tigres, who drew 2-2 with United in the first game of the event, beat Monterrey 4-1 in the other semi-final.

The young Reds will return to England to concentrate on trying to win the Under-18 Premier League.

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UNDER-18S: MIDDLESBROUGH 2 UNITED 3

Under-18 Premier League North | Scorers: Greenwood 42, 46, Levitt 70; Walker 26, 51 pen.

Manchester United are on the brink of claiming the Under-18 Premier League North title after winning a five-goal thriller against Middlesbrough on Saturday afternoon.

Kieran McKenna's team endured a tough first half, going 1-0 down in the 26th minute when Jakub Sinior won the ball on United's left side and fed Stephen Walker for a close-range finish.

Middlesbrough were worthy leaders at that stage and might have doubled their advantage had Brandon Williams not bravely blocked Isaac Fletcher's shot.

That was a crucial moment as United immediately went on the counter-attack, with Largie Ramazani's long diagonal pass finding Mason Greenwood in the right-hand corner of Boro's half. The no.9 had a lot to do from there but he did it in style, weaving past a couple of defenders before rifling in an excellent equaliser in the 42nd minute.

Greenwood put the league leaders ahead almost immediately after the restart, playing the ball out to Nishan Burkart on the right and then clinically converting the resulting low cross. However, Boro were back on level terms in the 51st minute after United goalkeeper Matej Kovar brought down Fletcher with a late, lunging tackle and Walker smashed home from the penalty spot.

With the sides now locked at 2-2, an end-to-end search for a winner ensued. Ramazani cut inside from the left and forced Boro goalkeeper Sol Brynn to tip the ball over with a fine save and Walker curled a shot over Kovar's goal at the other end.

United's decisive strike came in the 70th minute when Nishan Burkart whipped a ball in from the left, Greenwood coolly nudged it into Dylan Levitt's path and the no.10 beat Brynn with a fine first-time finish.

Moments later, Burkart attacked the same area of Middlesbrough's defence again and almost grabbed what would have been a a glorious fourth goal for United. Instead, Brynn managed to flick the fierce rising strike onto the angle of post and crossbar.

The woodwork was struck at the other end too when Layton Watts bent a free-kick against the post as the home side pressed for another equaliser, ultimately in vain.

This impressive away victory means that only local rivals Manchester City can now match United's current table-topping tally of 45 points. The Blues, who are presently in fourth spot and must beat the Reds as well as winning all of their games in hand, hammered Everton 6-1 at home on Saturday. Meanwhile, second-placed Liverpool dropped out of the running after losing 4-1 at West Bromwich Albion.

United: Kovar, Tanner, Dunne, Bernard, B. Williams, Garner, Galbraith (McGhee 86), Burkart (Mellor 82), Levitt, Ramazani (Baars 68), Greenwood. Substitutes not used: Fojtíček, Laird.

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UNITED WIN THE U18 NORTHERN TITLE

Manchester United clinched the Under-18 Premier League northern title with a 2-1 victory over neighbours City at Leigh Sports Village.

Although development of players, and producing first-team options of the future, is of paramount importance, congratulations are due to Kieran McKenna and his entire squad, with its depth proving vital over the course of the campaign.

City were United's only remaining challengers for the crown and were beaten after Nishan Burkart and Ethan Galbraith, with his first goal for the Academy team, ensured victory despite a Brandon Williams own goal.

The reward is a nationwide final against Chelsea, likely to be played on the weekend of 5/6 May, with MUTV set to show the game live, after also screening the mini-derby for free on our official YouTube channel.

The Londoners have won the southern division for the fifth successive year and, considering their dominance at FA Youth Cup level recently, they represent formidable opponents. A 5-1 away win at capital rivals West Ham United on Saturday sealed top spot ahead of Arsenal.

Well done to Kieran and the boys - there is still one match in the division remaining, which is away to Liverpool next Friday.

"It was great, first and foremost, to win the game against a very good City side," McKenna told MUTV. "It was great to do it at a stadium in front of a good crowd. I'm just delighted for the boys, they're a really good bunch of boys who have worked hard all year and got their just rewards.

"It's Ethan [Galbraith]'s first goal of the season but he hits them great in training and we see it day in and day out. He's got the technique to do it so I'm just delighted for him to do it in such a big game.

"We saw the game out really well and controlled it, restricting them to shots from distance. It's a really young team, to be honest, and mainly first-years. We've got a final against Chelsea at the start of May which extends the season and gives us another showpiece game. We'll plan for that in the next couple of weeks and use Friday night [at Liverpool] as part of that."

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UNDER-18S: LIVERPOOL 2 UNITED 1

Under-18 Premier League North | Scorers: Millar 6, Camacho 72 | Laird 13


Goals from Liam Millar and Rafael Camacho gave Liverpool the points against title-winning Manchester United in the Under-18 Premier League, despite the sending off of Rhys Williams.

A youthful United line-up, including an assured Teden Mengi at the back, were good value for Ethan Laird's equaliser and were on top throughout the second half but fell to a goal on the break by the 10 men.

Despite a bright opening by the Reds, which featured a shot by Largie Ramazani that was saved by Caoimhin Kelleher, the home side drew first blood after only six minutes. Adam Lewis sprinted down the left to cross with power and Millar tapped home his 15th goal in 15 games.

United responded well, with the lively Ramazani cutting across goal, only for Tom Clayton to block, and an equaliser arrived when Millen Baars and Dion McGhee were involved but Laird burst onto the ball to take charge and ran into the box to fire past Kelleher with his left foot for his first goal at this level.

Millar lashed a good attempt wide from the edge of the box and was thwarted by a wonderful save from Alex Fojticek, when the Slovakian keeper raced out of his goal decisively. Mason Greenwood had a free-kick saved but the Merseysiders had the final effort of the half, through Camacho's dipper that swerved over the top.

United controlled matters after the break but were unable to find a way past Kelleher. James Garner's drive was well held by the hosts' keeper before the red-card incident came on 53 minutes. Rhys Williams was guilty of a studs-up challenge on Garner after the skipper pounced on a sloppy free-kick deep in the Liverpool half and it was an easy decision for the referee to send the defender off.

As was the case in the corresponding fixture at The Cliff, the 10 men were galvanised and regained the lead against the run of play. Although Greenwood, blazing over a Baars pass and substitute D'Mani Mellor, with a mistimed diving header from Ramazani's cross, could have handed the league winners the lead, instead Steven Gerrard's men edged in front.

Camacho capitalised on a slip by Laird and cut inside Max Dunne before finishing his purposeful run with a low drive past Fojticek. Substitute Ethan Galbraith almost repeated his brilliant strike in the Manchester derby but his effort drifted just wide as the home side held out for a narrow victory.

United: Fojticek; Laird, Dunne (Galbraith 82), Mengi, B. Williams; Garner, Levitt, McGhee (Mellor 62); Baars, Greenwood, Ramazani (Elanga 73). Subs not used: Thompson, Bernard.

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