18-year-old Tyrell Robinson has scored while on trial with West Brom’s u23s.
According to Jeorge Bird, the winger scored a headed goal, helping the Baggies to a 2-1 win over Fulham on Monday night.
Last season, Robinson only featured 11 times in all competitions, scoring just one goal in the FA Youth Cup. The forward was reportedly annoyed that Arsenal kept playing him at left-back and, therefore, we can’t rule out a permanent move for the youngster.
66' Goal. Against the run of play, Tyrell Robinson heads the Baggies in front. #PL2
WBA 2-1 FFC
— Fulham Football Club (@FulhamFC) August 22, 2016
West Brom had to fight back after going 1-0 down in the first half from a Humphreys deflected goal.
The equaliser game 10 minutes inside the second half thanks to a penalty from Wright after Rekeem Harper was brought down in the box by Fulham’s goalkeeper, Magnus Norman.
Robinson was the player to put West Brom 2-1 ahead.
The youngster is obviously having a good time while on trial with the Baggies and it seems clear that he wants a move as he almost joined West Ham beforehand.