Saturday 20 August 12:30 , Finch Farm , Attendance:
 
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HT: 2 - 0
  • KO
    • Goal!
      Francis Okoronkwo
    27'
    • Goal!
      Matthew Apter
    45'
  • HT
    • Substitution
      Okoronkwo
      Sherif
    68'
    • Goal!
      Oliver Bainbridge
    • Substitution
      Barker
      Beaumont-Clark
    75'
    81'
    • Goal!
      Oliver Bainbridge
    • Substitution
      Salkeld
      Robertson
    • Substitution
      Moore
      Dowling
    • Substitution
      Apter
      Bates
    87'
    91'
    • Goal!
      Oliver Bainbridge
    • Yellow Card!
      Jacob Beaumont-Clark
    93'
  • FT

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Everton Under-18s suffered a heartbreaking finish as Sunderland stuck late to snatch a 3-2 comeback win at Finch Farm on Saturday.

Goals from Francis Okoronkwo and Matthew Apter had put the young Blues 2-0 ahead but the away side fought back in a dramatic encounter, with Oliver Bainbridge netting a hat-trick for the visitors.

Everton went ahead in the 26th minute when Okoronkwo latched onto a loose ball steered a shot into the back of the net.

Leighton Baines' Blues continued to apply pressure to the Sunderland defence with a chance falling to Coby Ebere after a storming solo run – his effort produced a good save from Dan Cameron at his near post.

Apter then doubled Everton’s lead with a low, driven finish into the bottom right corner from outside the area. Jack Patterson claimed the assist after some good hold-up play.

Sunderland got back into the game when full-back Bainbridge arrived at the back post to meet a cross and halve the deficit on 67 minutes.

A second followed for Bainbridge 14 minutes later. Dylan Graham did well to save his initial header, but the Sunderland left-back latched onto the rebound to draw the visitors level.

Sunderland completed the comeback in stoppage time as Bainbridge found the back of the net once more with a finish into the bottom right corner.

The Under-18s will look to bounce back when they welcome Blackburn Rovers next weekend.

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