Amad and Dylan Levitt score to show Manchester United young talent is overflowing

Manchester United’s young stars dazzled Old Trafford to win the FA Youth Cup and show that the future at the club is bright.

The club’s academy is stacked with talent, and not just the players on show last night in front of 67,000 fans in attendance.

Two Manchester United loanees were busy impressing north of the border, with both Amad and Dylan Levitt on the score sheet in Scotland.

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Amad and Dylan Levitt score again

Amad came on for Rangers at half-time to help them to a 4-1 win over Ross County. He scored the game’s fourth goal, racing onto a low cross to score his second goal in the last two games.

The young winger now has three Rangers goals, and is beginning to pick up late in the season. There is still time to force his way into the team’s Europa League final plans.

Amad’s lively display saw him complete three dribbles, more than any player on the pitch, despite only playing half the game.

He completed 26 of 28 passes, and created one chance, as Rangers eased to a win at Ibrox.

Red Devils teammate Dylan Levitt did his best to keep Amad’s title dream alive, but it wasn’t quite enough.

Levitt’s Dundee United needed to beat Celtic, for Rangers to remain in the title hunt. They drew, with Celtic clinching the title, although Rangers are more now focused on Europa League glory.

Getting a point against Celtic was a big result for Dundee United, and it was thanks to Levitt, who scored a long range effort to secure a 1-1 draw.

The draw secured Dundee United a European spot for next season, making Levitt a very popular player who the club would love to retain.

Despite an uncertain future, but told The Courier a fortnight ago he is hoping for a chance under Erik ten Hag.

Both he and Amad are big talents, who Manchester United should try to find a way to utilise.

On a big night for the academy, where the under-18s stars showed they can be a big part of the future, Amad and Levitt demonstrated they might be able to make an impact even sooner, scoring in competitive games.

Ten Hag has a few interesting decisions coming up, as a manager with a proven record of developing youth, he is at the right club.

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