Saturday 10 December 2016, 12:30pm at Motspur Park, Surrey
Fulham FC
Fulham U18s
Dagur Thorsteinsson 78'; Harris 79'
Swansea City U18s

78' Goal

Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson

79' Goal

Jayden Harris
Assist by Matt O'Riley

58' Substitution

Player was substituted for tactical reasons
On:Michael Elstone
Off:Chris Kelly

75' Substitution

Player was substituted for tactical reasons
On:Nicolas Santos-Clase
Off:Isaac Pearce

The Whites managed to get back to winning ways after a superb win with goals from Thorsteinsson and Harris.

Fulham hadn’t won a game since late November when they hosted Leicester City and were desperate to turn things around against visitors Swansea City.

The Whites managed to turn their fortunes around via two late second half goals coming from Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson and Jayden Harris.

The first half was extremely quiet for both teams as they failed to make any real chances.

With twelve minutes to go the home side finally broke the deadlock when Michael Elstone’s through ball found Thorsteinsson who managed to round the keeper and convert his chance with a composed right footed finish.

Less than a minute later the Whites doubled their lead in similar fashion. This time it was Matt O’Riley who played another beautiful through ball towards the feet of Harris who hit his effort superbly in to the bottom corner of the net which secured all three points for the Whites.

Match Information

Competition: Barclays U18 Premier League

Date: Saturday 10 December 2016
Kick-off: 12:30pm

Venue: Motspur Park, Surrey

Fulham U18s

Line-up: Ashby-Hammond; Sessegnon, Jenz, Garrido, Felix; Kelly (Elstone 58'), Thomas; O'Riley, Dagur Thorsteinsson, Pearce (Santos-Clase 75'); Harris

Unused substitutes: Lukwata, York, Asare

Swansea City U18s

Line-up: Treacy; Davies, Jefferies, Cabongo, Erikson; Fox, Price, Jones, Jones-Thomas; Evans, Cullen

Unused substitutes: Morgan, Lang, Dulca, Edwards, Hanbury

Fulham U18s (4-2-3-1)
  • 1Taye Ashby-Hammond
  • 2Steven Sessegnon
  • 5Moritz Jenz
  • 6Jose Garrido
  • 3Joe Felix
  • 8Chris Kelly
  • 4Cassian Thomas
  • 7Matt O'Riley
  • 11Jon Dagur Thorsteinsson
  • 9Isaac Pearce
  • 10Jayden Harris
  • 12Nicolas Santos-Clase
  • 13Josh Lukwata
  • 14Reece York
  • 15Michael Elstone
  • 16Dico Asare
Swansea City U18s (4-4-2)
  • 1Ross Treacy
  • 2Mael Davies
  • 5Dan Jefferies
  • 6Ben Cabongo
  • 3Ben Erikson
  • 7Jack Fox
  • 4Tom Price
  • 8Jordan Jones
  • 11Mason Jones-Thomas
  • 10Kieran Evans
  • 9Liam Cullen
  • 12Ben Morgan
  • 13Alex Lang
  • 14Marco Dulca
  • 15Liam Edwards
  • 16Sean Hanbury