Calum Chambers played for England’s u21’s on Friday night as they defeated the Czech Republic.

Just one goal separated the sides and it was a cross from the Arsenal full-back that was widely reportedly to have been fumbled by the Czech keeper, Jiri Pavlenka, which allowed Tom Carroll to stroke the ball home to seal the 12th win in 13 games for Gareth Southgate’s team. However, when you watch the goal you can see the defender actually clears it rather than the keeper:

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