Louie Barry Scores A Sensational Solo Goal For Aston Villa Against Liverpool In The FA Cup
Louie Barry grabbed the spotlight for Aston Villa in the first half of their FA Cup clash with Liverpool after pulling back an equaliser before half-time.
And Villa suffered an early setback in their third-round clash at Villa Park as Liverpool star Sadio Mane headed home the opener.
However, Barry rose to the occasion late in the first half to hand Villa a fighting chance in the second half.
Villa 'keeper Akos Onodi played the ball out to Callum Rowe as he carried the ball forward and found the space to play a stunning through-ball to Barry.
Barry, who was a former Barcelona youngster, pounced on the ball and sprinted down the pitch as he curled a sensational strike past Caoimhin Kelleher.
Fans wasted no time in flocking to Twitter to praise the 17-year-old forward for his equaliser against Liverpool.
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"Louie Barry is a nice striker. Aston Villa should keep him for future use," one fan tweeted.
A second said: "Ice cold. Louie Barry, remember the name."
While a third posted: "In fairness to Louie Barry, a great run and finish. And what a moment for him!"
And a fourth added: "Reminder that Louie Barry is 17 and was a year in La Masia. He might be special."
Liverpool and Aston Villa are 1-1 at Villa Park going into half-time.
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