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Dusseldorf U-19 Champions Trophy
Teams - Group 1
Japan Highschool Selection
Red Bull Salzburg
Bayer 04 Leverkusen
BV 04 Dusseldorf
Spurs squad for Dusseldorf U-19 Champions Trophy
1. Harry Voss
2. Kyle Walker-Peters
3. Connor Ogilvie
4. Christian Maghoma
5. Anton Walkes
6. Alexander McQueen
7. Filip Lesniak
8. Harry Winks
9. Joshua Onomah
10. William Miller
11. Cy Goddard
12. Lloyd Ross
13. Thomas Glover
15. Nathan Oduwa
16. Anthony Georgiou
17. Shayon Harrison
18. Daniel Akindayini
19. Ismail Azzaoui
The numbers were different from the list supplied by the Tournament organisers due to a mix-up by the Spurs staff. I had to help the annoucer during the first match get the names right.
1st Game – BV 04 Dusseldorf v Tottenham Hotspur
Dusseldorf – (4-5-1) Mertzokat, Ryboth, Hartel, Knoche, Werle, Demir, Panagiotis(Dogan 26), Muanga((jaha 36), El Yaouti, Ozbayrak(Yavuz 42), Gehler(Ayas 26)
Booked – Demir 47(Foul), Knoche 50(Foul)
Spurs – (4-3-3) Voss, Walkes, Maghoma, Lesniak, Ogilvie, Miller(Goddard 44), Onomah(Azzaoui 40), Winks, Ross, Akindayini(Harrison 45), Georgiou(Oduwa 36)
Scorers – Ross 17, Georgiou 23
Spurs kicked off the first half and had an early effort by Miller cleared off the line before Voss saved from Gelher. Voss saved again from the same player after Winks drove wide. A free kick was turned wide by Demir before Spurs took the lead. Georgiou, who was doing well on the left, got down the line and crossed for Ross to score with a flying header.
Spurs finished the half on top with a Winks free kick turned wide by Ogilvie and Miller ran onto a through ball by Onomah to draw a save from Mertzokat before Spurs got a second. The ball had been worked down the left before crossing for Akindayini to have two attempts saved at the far post before Georgiou squeezed the ball inside the right post.
Dusseldorf made two changes for the second half and had an early effort saved before Georgiou got to the line and whipped in a cross that Akindayini turn wide at the near post, the ball crossing the goalmouth.
Voss saved from Ayas and Demir hit a free kick wide. Spurs' first change was Oduwa for Georgiou after he was caught by a late tackle. Dogan fired wide for a corner and Demir won a corner from a save by Voss.
Spurs replaced Onomah with new boy Azzaoui and Goddard came on for Miller. Winks' free kick was turned wide by Walkes before Akindayini gave way for Harrison. Ogilvie made a couple of strong runs into the Dusseldorf half and was fouled the next time with Demir booked for the tackle. Winks fired over from the free kick. The full back was fouled again on his next charge up field this time Knoche went into the ref's book for the tackle from behind. This time Oduwa took the kick and curled it into the keepers arms.
2nd Game – Tottenham Hotspur v Vfl Wolfsburg
Spurs – (4-3-3) Glover, Walker-Peters, McQueen, Walkes, Ogilvie, Goddard, Lesniak(Miller 38), Onomah(Akindayini 41), Oduwa, Harrison(Winks 30), Azzaoui(Georgiou 26)
Booked – Oduwa 24
Wolfsburg – (4-5-1)Klinger, Tille(Bremer 26), Busching, Sprenger(Dengler 26), Rossmann, Seguin, Cigerci, Lysiak, Bulbul(Mandla 43), Muller(Wiswe 33), Iddrisu.
Scorer – Walker-Peters 25o.g.
Booked – Seguin 36
Harrison had an early chance saved by Klinger which was followed quickly by a save from Azzaoui from Walker-Peters' pass. Cigerci hit the left post with an effort as Wolfsburg began to get on top. Muller fired wide before Harrison drew another save. Oduwa was booked for diving when he got round the back. Spurs conceded the only goal of the game when Walker-Peters intercepted a through ball and played it back to Glover to clear but the keeper kicked the ball off the full back and into the net.
Both sides made changes for the second half with Spurs replacing Azzaoui with Georgiou. Five minutes in and Winks replaced Harrison. Glover saved from Bulbul before Seguin was booked for a tackle from behind on Onomah as he broke clear. Miller replaced Lesniak before Ogilvie played in Onomah for a chance that was saved. After Lysiak fired wide Akindayini replaced Onomah. Bulbul played in Lysiak for a chance that hit the near post. Voss saved from Bremer and then Wiswe before Spurs had the last chance when Winks played in Akindayini for a shot that was saved.
Spurs finished the day in second place in the group.
P W D L F A Pts.
Dinamo Zagreb 2 2 0 0 7 4 6
Tottenham 2 1 0 1 2 1 3
Leverkusen 2 1 0 1 4 4 3
Vfl Wolfsburg 2 1 0 1 3 3 3
BV 04 Dusseldorf 2 0 0 2 0 4 0
In Group 1 Red Bull and Dortmund are top with six points each from two wins.
· Dusseldorf U-19 Champions Trophy Day Two
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