Report: England MU20s 2-0 Germany

His second came just before the hour mark, when Dane Scarlett set him up with a cross from the right and the former Chelsea youngster did the rest in front of a crowd of 2,205.

With the game entering its final stages and with two games still to play in the next week, Foster made changes to solidify the result, including opening England caps for Leeds United’s Mateo Joseph and Liverpool’s Dominic Corness.

Foster and his team will now head to southern Spain, where they will face the U-20 World Cup finalists from the USA on Saturday (3pm GMT) and France on Tuesday March 28 (3pm BST) in the Marbella Football Center.

England: 1 Harvey Davies (Liverpool), 2 Brooke Norton-Cuffy (Coventry City, on loan from Arsenal), 3 Callum Doyle (Coventry City, on loan from Manchester City), 4 Alex Scott (Bristol City), 5 Bashir Humphreys (Paderborn, on loan from Chelsea), 6 Jarell Quansah (Bristol Rovers, on loan from Liverpool), 7 Alfie Devine (Tottenham Hotspur), 8 Carney Chukwuemeka (Chelsea) (c), 9 Dane Scarlett (Portsmouth, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur), 10 Aaron Ramsey (Middlesbrough, on loan from Aston Villa), 11 Sam Iling-Junior (Juventus)

substitutes: 19 Liam Delap (Preston North End, on loan from Manchester City) for Scarlett 70, 14 Tim Iroegbunam (Queens Park Rangers, on loan from Aston Villa) for Scott 70, 21 Harvey Vale (Chelsea) for Devine 70, 17 Sam Edozie ( Southampton) for Ramsey 83, 12 Daniel Oyegoke (Brentford) for Norton-Cuffey 88, 20 Mateo Joseph (Leeds United) for Iling-Junior 88, 18 Dominic Corness (Liverpool) for Chukwuemeka 88

Unused Substitutes: 13 Matthew Cox (Brentford), 15 Ronnie Edwards (Peterborough United), 16 Luke Mbete (Bolton Wanderers, on loan from Manchester City), 22 Owen Goodman (Crystal Palace)

Coach: Ian Foster

Goals: Sam Iling-Junior 34, 58


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