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Liverpool Under-18s beat Sunderland 7-1 on Saturday

Liverpool’s Trent Kone-Doherty celebrates scoring Liverpool’s third goal in the U18 Premier League match at the AXA Training Centre.

Liverpool’s Trent Kone-Doherty celebrates scoring Liverpool’s third goal in the U18 Premier League match at the AXA Training Centre.

Trent Kone-Doherty scored his first hat-trick for Liverpool, while 15-year-old Joe Bradshaw made his under-18 debut as the young Reds beat Sunderland 7-1 on Saturday.

Trey Nyoni opened the scoring for the young Reds season contender with a goal after just three minutes. The midfielder’s first shot into the bottom corner after taking Liverpool’s corner was on the edge of the midfielder’s box.

The midfielder has maintained his 100% goalscoring streak since signing for Leicester City as a 16-year-old this summer. -old scored three goals in three games in the U18 Premier League.

Kone-Doherty hit Cody Pennington after a pass on the opening day to finish the scoring before doubling his tally with an impressive individual effort at half-time. The winger met his own half and cut back again before finishing from the edge of the box.

The 17-year-old landed a £150,000 signing from Derry City in the summer of 2022 and scored a hat-trick 24 minutes after the restart. When Jayden Danns played in, he again cut in from the left flank before slotting into the corner.

After playing the first half for Liverpool’s under-16s against Sunderland on the second pitch at the Academy, 15-year-old Bradshaw was brought on at half-time for Marc Bridge-Wilkinson’s side. And made the day even more memorable when he scored the Reds’ fifth goal in the 75th minute.

With Danns again the creator, Bradshaw finished emphatically inside the box after feeding the striker. The creator turned scorer moments later as Danns got the goals he deserved with a quick strike, maintaining his explosive start to the season and a season in which he scored in every game in the U18 Premier League.

The 17-year-old first made a defensive error, won the ball and headed home one-on-one before finishing Francis Gyimah’s cross at the far post for Liverpool’s seventh goal of the day to make it eight in six league games. matches so far this season.

Josh Lambie, recently signed from Arsenal, was brought on for his under-18 debut moments later before Josh Robertson scored a last-minute consolation for the Black Cats.

But it didn’t matter because the young Reds cruised to a 7-1 victory that leaves them second in the table, just three points behind league leaders Manchester United.

Liverpool U18 Starting XI: Morana; Furnell-Gill, Kelly (Gyimah, 46), Pitt, Lucky; Trueman, Nyoni (Lambie, 82), Pennington; Figueroa (Bradshaw, 46), Danns, Kone-Doherty.

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