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17-Year-Old Louie Barry's Incredible Interview After Debut Goal Vs Liverpool Is Heartwarming

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17-Year-Old Louie Barry's Incredible Interview After Debut Goal Vs Liverpool Is Heartwarming

Louie Barry's post-match interview after scoring in Aston Villa 1-4 Liverpool showed just how mature he is for 17-years-old.


One of those in the team were forward Barry, who netted his side's unlikely equaliser just before half-time.


He spoke to BT Sport following the game and beamed with excitement: "It came from Rowey [Callum Miles Rowe] passing the ball through but I knew that I had it as soon as I've seen it come out for me.

"Obviously I put the ball in the back of the net and it's the proudest I've ever been of myself.


"My family were probably screaming at the TV when it hit the back of the net and, yeah, I've never been so proud. It happened all so quickly. I was just happy to score and, yeah, hopefully many more.

"We were working really hard before and so was everyone else. When I celebrated, everything just came out of me. [It was] just like relief, kind of, so, yeah, it was good."

It's a winning mentality you can't be taught and Barry admitted he was eager for his side to go on and win the game.

"I've never been so proud of a team before. From start to finish we gave our all.

Image Credit: PA
Image Credit: PA

"When I scored I thought we might even have a chance here, which it didn't turn out to be but, [we were a] credit to ourselves, and a credit to the club.

"I was cramping up a bit towards the end but I feel like that's just what you've got to get used to. With age comes more physicality, and mentality as well. It's just a really good experience for all of us."

Barry joined Villa last year after a stint in Barcelona's famous La Masia academy.


The teenager even shared training pitches with world superstars such as Lionel Messi.

But he admitted make a full debut for Villa is a dream come true, closing with: "It was a great experience out there [with Barcelona] but I've got to come to the club I've loved my whole life and my dad has been crazy for Villa his whole life.

"It's a proud moment."

Featured Image Credit: BT Sport

Topics: Liverpool, Football News, Aston Villa, Football, FA Cup

Daniel Marland
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