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Ben Woodburn Scores Again!

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Our very own 'Ben Woodburn' scores again!

As the 'Liverpool Echo' states 'Ben Woodburn produced another display full of huge promise' in Liverpool U23's 4-0 decisive victory over Leicester.

Liverpool not only scored four goals, they hit the post three times and they had another goal disallowed for offside in a performance which could only have pleased Jurgen Klopp who was in attendance for the first 65 minutes of the match.

Leicester apparantly had no answer to a display full of movement and control, particularly in a superb first half which effectively ended the game as a contest.

Our image shows Ben Woodburn scoring his team's second goal during the Premier League 2 game between Liverpool and Leicester City at Prenton Park in Birkenhead this weekend.

For those of you who don't know the Tattenhall connection .... Ben is a local boy and former pupil of Tattenhall Park Primary School and The Bishop Heber High School.

(our news item is attributed to the 'Liverpool Echo' online and photo by Nick Taylorl/Liverpool FC via Getty Images)

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