Liverpool wonderkid Yan Dhanda who made West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace furious piles it on

Yan Dhanda scored for Liverpool's youth side in a win over former club West Brom.

Liverpool teenager Yan Dhanda was on the scoresheet for Liverpool's under-18 side this week, netting a goal more poignant than his previous strikes.

It came against his former side West Bromwich Albion, who he left in 2013 to continue his career at Liverpool.

His departure, along with Izzy Brown leaving for Chelsea, left Baggies chairman Jeremy Peace 'furious', reported the Express and Star, even threatening to disband the academy altogether.

He later explained to the Express and Star: "We’d like Yan Dhanda please. How much? £200,000? There you go’. We’re training them up for somebody else to take them."

He decided to stick with the academy, but clearly losing Dhanda, after earlier seeing Jerome Sinclair also depart for Liverpool, left a sour taste.

Dhanda was just 14 at the time, and told Liverpool's website that the chance to work with Brendan Rodgers was key behind his decision.

With Rodgers now gone, Dhanda has wasted little time in stepping up, hoping to catch the eye of new first team manager Jurgen Klopp.

He scored the winning goal against West Brom in a 3-2 win for the under-18s on Wednesday, and expressed his satisfaction on Twitter after the game.

Liverpool had gone two goals down to strikes from West Brom starlets Jonathan Leko and Kyle Edwards, before Paulo Alves, Rhian Brewster drew the Reds level, and Dhanda netted the all important winner.

West Brom will hope it is not a feat he goes onto repeat at first team level in the future. 

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