Two unbelievable goals by Premier League youth players

Chelsea's Ola Aina and Liverpool's Ben Woodburn both scored incredible goals while playing for their clubs youth teams.

Liverpool v Cardiff City: FA Youth Cup

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Chelsea youngster Aina provided his outrageous finish in an Under-21 match against London rivals Tottenham Hotspur.

The Blues stormed into a 2-0 lead before their young defender, 19, scored from inside his own half.

Aina let rip from the halfway line, beating the goalkeeper in the process.

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Eat your heart out David Beckham, and this was from a defender.

Goal 1

Not to be out-done, Liverpool's Ben Woodburn displayed a different set of skills as he broke the deadlock for Liverpool against Cardiff City in the FA Youth Cup, Under-18s level.
 
Latching on to Adam Phillips’ pin-point 50-yard pass, Woodburn took the ball on his chest before expertly unleashing a volley over the stranded keeper.
 
At just 16 years-old the Reds youngster has already been compared to Arsenal and Welsh ace Aaron Ramsey, and it's easy to see why.

Goal 2


Liverpool Under-18 manager Neil Critchley was quick to heap praise on his midfielder.

“That moment tonight was a moment of brilliance. To take that on your chest over your shoulder, especially when there’s a bit of wind around, and hook it over your shoulder first time was an unbelievable piece of skill," Crichley said to the Liverpool Echo.

“He’s obviously an U16 playing at U18s every week all season so we’ve got to manage him carefully. To go every single week in the U18s is a big ask for him physically and it can take a lot out of him mentally as well,"



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Published 29 January 2016 at 8:49am
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