under 23s match report swansea city v man utd 21 october 2019
Oct. 21, 2019
After going a goal down early on, United battled back to lead at the break thanks to Largie Ramazani's free-kick and Dylan Levitt’s penalty. Further contributions from Josh Gould (own goal) and Aliou Traore ensured the Reds stayed on the coat-tails of league leaders West Ham United in the race for promotion; the Hammers also collected three away points tonight, at Stoke City.
While Wood's team went into this game in second spot in the Premier League 2 Division 2 table, Swansea were comfortably placed in sixth position with ten points from seven fixtures completed.
The Reds welcomed back three players who’d been sidelined for varying lengths of time. Ethan Laird and D’Mani Mellor were back in the starting line-up after returning from injury, whilst Max Taylor was named on the bench as his recovery from cancer treatment continued.
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