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Feb 16, 2018 at 7.05pm UK at ​Leigh Sports Village
Attendance: 2,035
Man Utd U23sManchester United Under-23s
0-4
Chelsea U23sChelsea Under-23s
FT(HT: 0-1)
Fanilia-Castilo (10'), Hazard (49'), James (60'), St Clair (78')

Result: Chelsea Under-23s thump Manchester United Under-23s

Manchester United Under-23s remain rooted to the bottom of the Premier League 2 table courtesy of a 4-0 home defeat to Chelsea Under-23s.

Manchester United Under-23s remain rooted to the bottom of the Premier League 2 table courtesy of a 4-0 home defeat to Chelsea Under-23s on Friday night.

Juan Castillo, Kylian Hazard, Reece James and Harvey St Clair scored the goals for the visitors, who have moved above West Ham United Under-23s into sixth position in the table.

United's XI included highly-rated duo Andre Gomes and Tahith Chong, while Joe Riley and Cameron Borthwick-Jackson were also among those to feature for the home side at Leigh Sports Village.

Chelsea took the lead in the 10th minute of the fixture, however, before Hazard - brother of first-team star Eden Hazard - made it 2-0 early in the second period.

James sent Chelsea three goals ahead on the hour with a calm finish, but the visitors were not done and added a fourth in the 78th minute through St Clair after good work from Joshua Grant.

United Under-23s have not won in the league since they beat Sunderland Under-23s at the end of October.

UNITED U23s (4-2-3-1): O'Hara; Riley, Olosunde, R. Williams, Borthwick-Jackson; Redmond, Hamilton; Dearnley, Gomes, Chong; Bohui

CHELSEA U23s (4-4-2): Cumming; Nartey, Grant, James, Sammutt; St Clair, McCormack, Christie-Davies (Colkett 59'), Castillo (Colley 75'); Hazard (Dasilva 62'), Redan

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