Ajax O18 sets a bad example and goes down hard against Liverpool promises

Ajax O18 lost 4-0 to Liverpool‘s peers on Tuesday afternoon. With Donny van de Beek, among others, as an attentive spectator, trainer Frank Peereboom’s team had little to say against The Reds.
After just eight minutes of play, Liverpool got the lead. Attacker Oakley Cannonier was able to work in with all the space after a cross from the right. After the opening hits, the English remained the dominant team. Ajax goalkeeper Charlie Setford managed to ensure that the score did not go further with a number of great rescues.
Halfway through the first half, Ajax seemed to be biting off a bit more. The ball stayed in the team a little longer, but really big chances were left out. Until David Kalokah hit the bar with a nice shot in the thirtieth minute. For the next quarter, Ajax remained the parent party.
After the break, the people of Amsterdam continued eagerly to find the equaliser. Despite a number of good chances, the hit fell on the other side. After a moderate ball from Setford, Cannonier took care of his second of the afternoon. Fifteen minutes before, Liverpool delivered the final blow via Cannonier again. In the final phase, substitute Lewis Koumas even took care of the painful 4-0 final score. The first game against Rangers FC was won (2-1). On Tuesday evening at 9 p.m., the meeting between the main powers of both clubs is scheduled.

First loss for #AjaxO18 😕 #UYL #livaja
— AFC Ajax (@AFCAjax) September 13, 2022