Liverpool into the FA Cup quarter-finals

Liverpool into the FA Cup quarter-finals

(Liverpool – Southampton 3-0) They were not alone at home, but they had a party. They are 18 years old and have sent Liverpool to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

18-year-old Luis Comas scored on his Liverpool debut. The youngster was then substituted and replaced by 18-year-old Jayden Danes. You can guess how it went.

– It's a dream that comes true. I've been a supporter here since the day I was born. Signing up here is incredible. It's like it's not real. It's like a movie. The second goal was just pure joy, Danz tells the BBC's ITV.

Liverpool coach Jurgen Klopp smiled and laughed on the sidelines in front of the home team's fans. Superstars get injured or go out with tired bodies in a wild fight program. But then the teenagers took responsibility and ensured Liverpool qualified for the quarter-finals of the FA Cup. There they meet Manchester United at Old Trafford.

Luis Komas cheered for the first time as he sent Liverpool into the lead at Anfield. After 62 minutes, Klopp chose to take him off, and Jayden Dance came on.

He played his third match with Liverpool. After 11 minutes on the pitch, he put the ball into the net with a brilliant flick.

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After 87 minutes, he scored again.

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Jubilee: Jayden Dance scored twice for Liverpool on Wednesday night. Photo: Peter Byrne/Pascal Images/NTB

Liverpool won the League Cup on Sunday. Captain Virgil van Dijk was on the field for 120 minutes and scored the winning goal just before the end. He started Wednesday night, but was rested after the break. Konate came and the same security was behind him. Thus, youngsters can really play forward.

On top of that, Klopp brought on Trey Nyonyi for Harvey Elliott after 78 minutes. Nyonyi is only 16 years old. Elliott played 120 minutes in the League Cup final and is pleased they were able to reset things before this game.

“We could have easily gotten carried away after winning there,” Elliott tells ITV.

He is ready for the quarter-final match against Manchester United.

– Another tough match. Battles never take a break. It's going to be tough, especially far away. But we don't think about that now. “We have another tough game this weekend,” Elliott says.

Liverpool faces Nottingham Forest away from home on Saturday.

Liverpool coach Klopp is known for his wide, white smile, but at Anfield after the youngsters performed above and beyond what was allowed, he smiled almost with a “gull smile”.

Southampton started well and put pressure on Liverpool, and the visitors had their chances, but they were unable to fool Liverpool's last chance Caoimhin Kelleher.

This is what Dunne's first goal, Liverpool's second, looked like on Wednesday night:

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