Nigerian wonder-kid impresses in Liverpool Debut

The 16-year-old was in action for the Liverpool Under-18s in their 2 - 0 win over League of Ireland Premier Division side Cork City

 

Nigerian wonder-kid Bobby Adekanye got an assist on his Liverpool debut on Saturday, July 11.

The 16-year-old was in action for the Liverpool Under-18s in their 2 - 0 win over League of Ireland Premier Division side Cork City.

He was a constant thorn in the flesh of the opposition defenders.

in one of his moves, the former Barcelona player set up Portuguese youngster Gomes for the opening goal of the game staged at Turner’s Cross Ground.

On 71 minutes, substitute Dhanda gave the visitors a two - goal cushion, and the scoreline remained the same until the final whistle.

"Nice to make my debut for Liverpool FC yesterday and win 2-0 and give a assist . Fans were great tonight, thanks for all the support,' the youngster said on Instagram after the game.

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