On his third appearance for Rangers u18s, former Gunner Malcolm Ebiowei got both his first goal and his first assist at his new club.
Ebiowei came on for the Rangers u18s in their match against Aberdeen on Friday, playing the second half. The game was a little in the balance, after the home side scored right before and after half-time to bring it back from 4-0 to 4-2.
Aberdeen had the best of the chances for much of the second half, but Ebiowei set up Chris McKee to make it 5-2 in the 76th minute. A couple of minutes later, the former Arsenal academy youngster slotted away a penalty. The match finished 6-2.
Ebiowei had made a couple of earlier appearances for his new club’s u18s. He started in the Scottish Youth Cup semi-final against Aberdeen and the league defeat to Fife Elite. This was his first win with the team though, as well as his first goal contributions.
It’s a shame the talented youngster couldn’t have stay with Arsenal a bit longer. The u18s could’ve used a player like him given their recent form, and they did give him his debut earlier in the campaign. Unfortunately, other factors led to his exit.