Date: 2nd October 2013 at 2:32am
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It’s been non stop excitement for Jesse Lingard since joining Birmingham on loan.

The 20 year old made a memorable debut, earning rave reviews after scoring 4 against Sheffield Wednesday and tonight Lingard was in the headlines again after missing a penalty before scoring Birmingham’s 4th in a 4-0 win against Millwall.

Lingard was brought down on the edge of the box to earn a penalty for Birmingham but saw his tame effort saved, but the England u21 was not to be denied and in the last minute of the game popped up to head in Birmingham’s 4th.

Birmingham City 4-0 Millwall Highlights… by goalsandsoccer


9 responses to “VIDEO: Jesse Lingard Has Another Eventful Game For Birmingham”

  1. akash says:

    I always keep update my news about him because he is our another talent after progba united fan i see that he will become great player if he play in united first team and gain more popularity just like progba is doing with juventus.

  2. chichafan says:

    Moyes i know you don’t know all the player very well but i will keep patient and today line up is too good. We will have victory today but welbeck should not start he will play as left winger in sunderland match.

  3. manfan says:

    Moyer i know you havn’t choose your best 11 yet because you don’t know all player very well. So as united fan here is a experience player list which you got choose and adapt in your own tactics.
    De gea,rafael,fabio,jones,evans,vidic,evra,ferdinand,valencia,nani,carrick,cleversly,anderson,fellaini,A.young,rooney,van persie,kagawa,chicharito,giggs,welbeck.

    With these player you can make two team one play champion league and second the league title. But player that keep balance and should not be replace in rafael,vidic,evra,valencia,carrick,rooney.

    And the young player which you gave them chance to shine

    zaha,januzaj,buttner And are more i am waiting like m.keane in defence,larnell cole,jesse lingard which on loane and my favorite youngster will keane.

  4. Ray says:

    In his last few years Fergie became less and less likely to give the youth players a chance (with the exception of Welbeck) I really hope Moyes and the new back room team understand that Manchester United’s reputation was built on giving youth a chance. It’s in the life blood of the club. We lost Pogba and had to let Ravel go for his own good. But there are a few players. Januzaj, Will Keane, Jessie Lingard etc who should be given the chance to show whether they can carry the legacy on. The loan is right for Lingard right now, given who is ahead of him in the first team but in the next 18 months/ 2 years he must be given a chance, otherwise he’ll go the way of Pogba.

  5. Bello Ya'u Sabuwar-kasa. says:

    He is a great asset to the team