Soccer News of Sunday, 21 August 2016
Ghanaian youth attacker Daniel Agyei got his Coventry City spell to a flying start when he scored the consolation in their 3-1 loss against Bradford City in the English League One on Saturday.
The 19-year-old Dansoman-born forward opened his account for his new team, putting the Sky Blues 1-0 up in the 12th minute and Tony Mowbray’s side looked to be cruising for the first 45-minutes, with Kyel Reid also close to doubling the lead.
The striker completed his loan move to City on Thursday from Premier League outfit and was handed his maiden start.
Agyei overly impressed as he scored a fabulous finish in the 13th minute of the game at the Coral Windows Stadium.
His goal stood until he was replaced in the 61st minute and City defender Jordan Turnbull was sent off in the 66th minute.
The hosts equalised and eventually won the tie 3-1.
Agyei joined Burnley from Wimbledon two seasons ago and showed great potentials last season.
After failing to secure a place in the Burnley Premier League squad he joined City on loan.