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U23s match report: Chelsea 4-3 Liverpool

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Owen Beck’s early strike put the young Reds ahead at Kingsmeadow on Friday night, but Bryan Fiabema pulled Chelsea level in the late stages of the first half.

But Chelsea pulled one back through George Nunn, before Joe Haigh equalised and Lewis Hall headed in a 95th-minute winner to complete the turnaround.

Mateusz Musialowski then scored twice in the space of three minutes amid a strong start to the second period by Barry Lewtas’ side.

However, Chelsea reacted strongly and had hauled themselves level by the 74th minute thanks to a back-post header from Nunn and substitute Haigh, who capitalised on Tom Clayton’s miscued clearance before beating Pitaluga.

And, after Sharman-Lowe had tipped Woltman’s powerful attempt from a tight angle over, there was to be late, late drama at the other end, as Hall nodded in Simons’ deep cross.

Having made his first-team debut on Tuesday, Conor Bradley nearly marked his return to U23s action in some style inside the opening two minutes.

Another youngster who made their senior bow in the win over Norwich City, Tyler Morton, then went close, the midfielder seeing a low attempt from distance tipped behind by Sharman-Lowe.
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