Arsenal U19 1-2 Anderlecht U19: Alper Ademoglu stars for Belgium side [divider]
Anderlecht beat Arsenal 2-1 at Meadow Park to go top of UEFA Youth League Group D.
The Gunners went into the game on six points, the same as Galatasaray and Anderlecht.
The Belgium side won the last game between these sides 4-3 and showed Arsenal just why they are rated as one of the finest youth teams in the world once again today.
Bastian opened the scoring for the away side on 5 minutes but Arsenal equalised on 22 minutes with a goal from rising star Daniel Crawley.
The 16-year-old who joined the Gunners in summer 2013 from Aston Villa FC scored a hat-trick in Arsenal’s 4-3 loss to Anderlecht.
Van Camp scored the winning goal on 74 minutes to wrap up another win for Anderlecht and take them to the to of the table on nine points.
Alper Ademoğlu was brought on for Jellal in the second half.
Ademoglu is a two-footed midfielder, who is very fast with the ball at his feet, dribbles well and creates a lot of scoring opportunities for his team.
The 16-year-old midfielder was born in İstanbul, he played for the Genk youth side before joining Anderlecht last summer.
Ademoğlu can play for either Turkey or Belgium at international level.
Year of Birth: 1998
Current team(s): RSC Anderlecht (U17/U19)
Past team(s): KRC Genk (U16)
National team: Belgium (U16)Turkey (U16)