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UNDER-23S: LIVERPOOL 1 UNITED 2

Manchester Unitedís Reserves came from behind to claim a terrific morale-boosting victory against Liverpool at Anfield on Friday night.


In what was one of the Under-23sí best performances of the season, Ricky Sbragiaís side scored twice in the final 10 minutes to claim a deserved win in rain-soaked conditions.

Understandably, all the talk in the past week has centred on the build-up to Saturdayís blockbuster at Old Trafford at first team level.

That contest should, of course, take the spotlight considering the remarkable history that exists between the two north-west giants.

This little Friday night appetiser at Anfield took the back seat but, in its own way, the outcome carried as much importance as the high octane main course to come.

Liverpool were looking for three points to keep up their challenge for the Premier League 2 title, while United were keen to get back to winning ways after a run of unfavourable results.

There was a good crowd of 5,049 inside Anfield at kick-off, with the vast majority occupying The Kop and a small detachment of The Red Army housed in the corner where The Kop meets the Kenny Dalglish Stand.

United, wearing their change kit of grey shirts, started brightly and, with a touch of fortune, could have been two goals ahead inside the opening five minutes.

Striker Zak Dearnley was involved on both occasions, firstly having an angled drive blocked by keeper Danny Ward and then, soon after, he narrowly failed to connect with Tahith Chongís cross from the left.

The home side had their own chances in front of goal as the game unfolded into a finely balanced contest but United were more threatening, as Ethan Hamilton forced Ward to make another terrific save in the 34th minute with a low shot.

United, defending the Kop goal in the second half, looked to build on an extremely encouraging showing before the break. The rain, which had been falling throughout the game, appeared to be even heavier, but that didnít stop the teams from providing an end-to-end entertaining game.

The breakthrough eventually arrived in the 65th minute when Liverpool were awarded a free-kick on the right wing. Defender Adam Lewis stood over the ball and everyone was probably expecting him to send over a cross into Unitedís area, but instead he opted to try his luck and it proved fortuitous as his shot zoomed into the top corner of the net.

United could easily have been level within five minutes but both Dearnley and Joe Riley were both thwarted by miraculous goalkeeping from Ward.

Then came a remarkable transformation of events as United roared back to score twice inside three minutes and take the lead.

Skipper Riley grabbed the equaliser with a close-range shot in the 80th minute and then Gribbin held his nerve to score from the penalty spot after substitute Joshua Bohui had been felled in the area.

More than five minutes of added time was played at the end, but United held on to record a great victory - the first of 2018.

United: OíHara, Riley, Williams R-S., Borthwick-Jackson, OíConnor; Redmond, Hamilton (Buffonge 76); Chong, Gribbin, Kehinde (Bohui 80); Dearnley (Warren 88). Unused substitutes: Richardson, Whelan.
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Semoga nanti malam tim senior bisa mengikuti jejak tim reserves dengan menang atas Liverpool. Semoga saja..
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UNDER-23S: SWANSEA CITY 2 UNITED 0

Premier League 2 | Liberty Stadium | Scorers: Biabi 7, Maric 23

Manchester United Reserves’ fight to stay in Premier League 2 Division 1 took a setback with this defeat at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

Two first-half goals were sufficient to give Swansea City the victory and leave United with a good deal of work to do in the quest for survival.

The Arctic weather that had been sweeping the country for the past 48 hours was predicted to be at its worst in South Wales but, though there was snow in the Swansea area, the Liberty Stadium pitch was in perfect condition.

Ricky Sbragia’s lads went into the game boosted by their thrilling 2-1 victory over Liverpool at Anfield recently.

Points are vital for the Under-23s in the bid to move away from the wrong end of the table but, sadly, that quest got off to a less-than-perfect start when, in the seventh minute, a lapse in the United defence allowed Botti Biabi to put the Swans into the lead.

This was also a vital game for Swansea as they continue their challenge for the league title. They started the game in fourth place and five points adrift of Leicester City at the top of the pile; three points from this fixture would be enough to leap-frog Liverpool into third.

And their cause was further improved after 23 minutes when Biabi, the scorer of the first goal, turned provider to set up Adnan Maric to double the home team’s advantage.

Barely 60 seconds later, United appealed for a penalty after Tahith Chong went down inside the box but the referee, Mr. Bromley, was having none of it and waved play on.

There were just moments to go before the half-time whistle when Reds defender Cameron Borthwick-Jackson was yellow-carded following a clumsy challenge just outside United’s penalty area.

United had left themselves a mountain to climb and, despite their best efforts, they just couldn’t find a way to get past the white-shirted Swans.

Callum Gribbin perhaps had the best chance of the second half but a last-ditch interception by Swansea’s Cian Harries proved decisive.

The Reserves will now stay in the south before moving on to London and Tuesday’s friendly fixture with Brentford at Griffin Park, kick-off 13:00 GMT.

The short break from the usual day-to-day schedule at the Aon Training Complex will certainly allow time for reflection and to ponder the three final fixtures of the campaign that will decide their immediate future.

United: O’Hara; Laird, Williams R-S., Borthwick-Jackson, Riley; Redmond, Hamilton; Chong, Gribbin, Kehinde (Bohui 59); Dearnley (Buffonge 67). Subs not used: Kovar, Warren, Whelan.
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UNDER-23S: BRENTFORD 3 UNITED 1

Friendly | Griffin Park | Scorers: Coote 39, Forss 49, Cole 68 | Oksanen og 3

Manchester United’s Under-23s took time off from the Premier League 2 campaign to compete in this friendly against Brentford's B team at Griffin Park on Tuesday afternoon.

Ricky Sbragia changed his team dramatically from the one that went down 2-0 against Swansea City on Sunday. He introduced several Under-18s into his line-up in front of a crowd of 366 fans.

So, this game presented itself as a real test for United’s young side, but we were gifted an early boost when, after barely three minutes, a terrible mix-up in the Bees’ defence culminated with defender Jaakko Oksanen hitting the ball past his own trialist goalkeeper.

It was the perfect start for the Reds but, moments later, only a miraculous double save from Reds’ keeper Theo Richardson prevented Marcus Forss from claiming the equaliser with the forward somehow missing at the third attempt from point-blank range.

Brentford’s more mature selection certainly had more of the ball as the first half went on and, six minutes before the break, they got their reward when Ali Coote hit the leveller.

United rang the changes after the break and, as a result, enjoyed more of the ball, but we were up against a very good and well organised Bees side who proceeded to score two further goals through Forss (49 minutes) and Reece Cole (68 minutes).

United’s youngsters may have failed to claw a way back as game wore on, with Ethan Hamilton having a deflected shot saved and Tyrell Warren heading against the outside of a post, but the Reds may still be happy with the input and performance against a very strong Brentford side.

United: Richardson (Kovar 60); Olosunde (Riley 60), Warren, Dunne (R. Williams 46), Borthwick-Jackson; Galbraith (McGhee 46), Whelan; Dearnley (Kehinde 46), Buffonge (Hamilton 46), Kenyon (Mellor 46); Bohui.

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Manchester United's Under-23s face a must-win Premier League 2 encounter with Sunderland at Old Trafford on Friday night (kick-off 19:00 BST).

The Reds are currently four points adrift of the second-from-bottom Wearsiders heading into the live MUTV game, which is being staged at Old Trafford with free entry for all fans.

United are five points off safety with three games left and Tottenham, who are 10th in the 12-team league, meet ninth-placed Derby County at Saturday lunchtime, making this a crucial weekend in the division. Victory for Sunderland on the night would relegate the Reds.

Ricky Sbragia, a former Black Cats caretaker boss, took his team for a training camp to prepare for the rearranged clash and must assess the fitness of the younger players who have been in the United States, competing in the Dallas Cup.

One player certain to miss out is forward Joshua Bohui, who sustained a hamstring injury in Texas but Ethan Laird is an option to play at full-back after an impressive Reserves debut at Swansea City.

"It’s great to play at the first-team ground," Sbragia told ManUtd.com. "We have three games there and it’s a different mentality in the way you prepare pre-match. We’re looking forward to it. Against Tottenham at Old Trafford, we went a goal up but have got to cut out the silly mistakes and make good decisions.

"There have been too many mistakes. In a lot of games we’ve been in the lead – we should have had a penalty against Manchester City and then it would have been 2-0, instead it’s 1-1. But we must do better. I don’t think we’ve had decisions go our way – there was a handball against Swansea – but we’re working hard and go forward.

"Sunderland is a must-win game for us. The gods have been against us and we’ll consider what we’re doing and see at the end of the season. But we’re looking forward to it and will do all the necessary preparation.

"We’ll see what condition the lads come back from the Dallas Cup in because we could need some to play against Sunderland. The player is more important than us – that’s the important thing."

The Under-18s also have a crucial match this weekend, away to Middlesbrough on Saturday - live on MUTV with a 12:30 BST kick-off, as Kieran McKenna's team look to continue the bid for the northern title.

Nonetheless, the Under-23s could still call upon some of the younger talent, with Tahith Chong likely to face Sunderland and Ethan Galbraith another of those in the frame for a place in the squad.

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UNDER-23S: UNITED 4 SUNDERLAND 0

Premier League 2 | Old Trafford | Scorers: Chong 24, Dearnley 44, Boonen 55, Riley 59

Manchester United needed to avoid defeat to Sunderland to stave off relegation from Premier League 2 and racked up a 4-0 triumph at Old Trafford to raise hopes of climbing the table at this late stage of the campaign.


In front of an appreciative Old Trafford crowd, Tahith Chong scored the first and set up the second, for Zak Dearnley, to register a commanding half-time lead. Two goals in quick succession, by Indy Boonen and skipper Joe Riley, doubled that advantage in the hosts' biggest win of the season.

The opening exchanges were a little pedestrian but the Reds were soon in the ascendancy with Callum Gribbin skying one rare shot. Left-back Lee O'Connor overcame a roll of the ankle and the home side started to build some momentum, even if the final ball was often lacking.

An incisive move down the right, sparked by Riley's run, produced a decent opportunity, only for Devonte Redmond to fire straight at Max Stryjek. It was a taster of what was to come as a poor header by Owen Gamble, from a Gribbin pass, let in Chong, who cut inside Brandon Taylor, before supplying an incisive finish to make it a goal in each of his three Old Trafford outings.

Boonen was clattered into by Stryjek but was able to carry on and drilled and a left-foot shot wide as United continued to impress. A second goal arrived a minute before the break, with Chong inevitably involved, latching onto an Ethan Hamilton pass to tee up Dearnley's accurate finish with a low cross.

There was no let up from the restart, and the third was all Boonen's own work. The Belgian chased the ball down the left, cut inside Tayor and sneaked a near-post finish past a flat-footed Stryjek. Four minutes later, Dearnley outstripped Denver Hume and, when Stryjek came out to block, Riley pounced on the rebound, calmly moved it onto his left foot and bent home a beauty.

With Dearnley in fine form throughout, the Black Cats were penned back with Redmond cracking a drive off target as the team flowed with confidence. Gribbin rolled a low shot just the wrong side of Stryjek's left-hand post and DJ Buffonge, one of three United substitutes introduced, failed to match a superb run with the required finish.

Elliot Embleton finally worked Kieran O'Hara towards the end but the Wearsiders were well beaten on the night and, in truth, struggled to make too much of a contest of it once the fourth goal had gone in.

Ricky Sbragia's side remain bottom of the table but are now only a point adrift of Sunderland and two points off Tottenham, who face another of the relegation candidates in Derby County on Saturday. Two games remain, starting with next Friday's derby at Manchester City - which is live on MUTV.

United: O'Hara; Riley, R. Williams, Borthwick-Jackson, O'Connor (Warren 71); Redmond, Hamilton; Dearnley, Gribbin, Chong (Kehinde 67); Boonen (Buffonge 76). Subs not used: Richardson, Whelan

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UNDER-23: MANCHESTER CITY 1 UNITED 1

Premier League 2 | Etihad Campus | Scorers: Gonzalez 4; Boonen 45


Ricky Sbragia’s Manchester United Under-23 side climbed off the foot of the Premier League 2 Division One table on Friday evening, thanks to a hard-fought point against local rivals Manchester City at the Etihad Campus.

Indy Boonen's excellent equaliser in first-half injury time proved enough to claim a share of the derby spoils, although the draw does mean that a win for Derby County against West Ham United on Monday night will push the Reds down into Division Two for next season. Next Friday's final fixture against Everton at Old Trafford would then be academic.

Despite it being a murky, damp evening by April's standards, there was still a really good turn-out for this second derby match in east Manchester in the space of seven days.

It looked like it was going to be a tough night for the Reds when Blues winger Luke Bolton crossed perfectly for front man Lorenzo Gonzalez to fire the hosts ahead after just four minutes.

Ironically, City’s opener followed quickly behind a piece of magic from Tahith Chong, who left a couple of City’s defenders in his wake as he sprinted upfield. Unfortunately, the threat petered out and moments later the home supporters were celebrating that early goal by Gonzalez.

The Blues were certainly dominating the opening exchanges and Gonzalez could have doubled his tally and the home side's lead when he raced clear in the 17th minute, but his shot went straight into Kieran O’Hara’s hands.

Gonzalez, City’s no.9, was proving to be something of a handful and he got behind United’s defence again but the Reds recovered quickly enough to snuff out the danger.

Ethan Hamilton’s grass-cutting shot raised hopes that the visitors might grab an equaliser and while that attempt squirmed just past the wrong side of the post, United were indeed level by half-time.

As the game entered added time, the Reds were awarded a free-kick close to the touchline on the left wing. Callum Gribbin placed the ball down and then, with his trusty left foot, he curved a terrific cross into the area where Boonen got above the Blues' defence to head firmly into the net past goalkeeper Daniel Grimshaw.

City shuffled their pack after the break to make two substitutions, but it was that man Gonzalez who almost put the Blues back in the lead only to see his shot go narrowly wide.

Remarkably, just a couple of minutes later, United’s goalscorer Boonen looked odds-on to grab his second of the night until City’s Demeaco Duhaney made a miraculous clearance from the line. And there was another let-off for the Blues when Zachary Dearnley’s drive failed to hit the target by a matter of inches.

As the chances started to pile up, O'Hara made a great save to prevent Ian Paveda recapturing the lead for City and to preserve a point that could yet have an important impact.

United: O’Hara; Riley, Williams R-S., Borthwick-Jackson, O’Connor; Redmond, Hamilton; Dearnley (Kehinde 85), Gribbin, Chong; Boonen.

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UNDER-23S: UNITED 2 EVERTON 2

Premier League 2 | Old Trafford | Scorers: Chong 23, Redmond 74 | Foulds 20, Garbutt 47

Manchester United’s Under-23s brought down the curtain on the Premier League 2 season with a good performance and fair share of the spoils against Everton at Old Trafford on Friday evening.

The campaign may have ended in disappointment with the Reds suffering relegation but, on many occasions, the Reds have performed far better than some of our results may have suggested. This game against the boys from Goodison Park was a perfect example of the standard the team can attain, although nobody could complain about this evening’s final outcome.

It was a pleasantly mild evening, which had helped to attract a 1,110 devotees, including a few visitors from Merseyside, to this end-of-season fixture. Small in number they may have been, but there was no shortage of enthusiasm and appreciation for the quality of play unfolding before them.

End-to-end is only way to describe the opening exchanges as both teams had a spring in their step and the goalkeepers were kept busy as openings were produced. Everton’s Joe Hilton did well to get down to Indy Boonen’s low drive, while Matej Kovar, on his Reserves debut, also had to have his wits about him when Josh Bowler rattled in an angled drive.

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson had also gone close with a shot after he had ventured upfield for a set-piece. The entertainment continued to flow and midway through the half an enjoyable contest was decorated with two goals. The visitors were the first celebrate when, in the 20th minute, Matthew Foulds tapped in at the far post. The Reds were quick to reply with Tahith Chong hitting a stinging right-foot shot across Hilton barely two minutes after Everton had scored.

There was little let-up as the action during the remainder of the first half and when referee Peter Gibbons blew the half-time whistle the score couldn’t have better reflected the opening 45 minutes. Everton were rapid out of the blocks at the start of the second half and, within 80 seconds of the restart, they had recaptured the lead thanks to blistering shot from full-back Luke Garbutt.

Less than 10 minutes later and it could have been even worse for United when only Kovar’s acrobatics prevented Bowler’s fierce strike from entering the net. United drew level again, in the 74th minute, thanks to an unstoppable strike from Devonte Redmond.

And, deep into injury time, United almost grabbed a winner when skipper Joe Riley thumped a cracking shot wide of Hilton’s left-hand post. A fracas at the end illustrated the intensity of a match that was far from a dull dead rubber.

United: Kovar; Riley, R. Williams, Borthwick-Jackson, O’Connor; Redmond, Hamilton, Gribbin; Dearnley (Kehinde 86), Boonen, Chong. Subs not used: Richardson, Warren, Ercolani, Whelan.

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