Calum Chamber’s took to his Facebook account to reveal how ‘buzzing’ he was after England’s u21s sealed their place at the 2017 Euro Finals which will take place in Poland in June next year.

The u21s grabbed a 1-0 win against Kazakhstan, thanks to a sixth minute goal from Leicester City’s Demarai Gray who netted for the Young Lions for the first time.

Chambers started the game, wearing the number five shirt, and afterwards, interim manager Aidy Boothroyd, told BTSport, “Considering the occasion, need to get points and the partisan atmosphere, I thought that the way we played was controlled.

“I thought we created some really good chances, particularly in the first half, and perhaps could be a bit disappointed we didn’t score more goals.

“Demarai did very well. I thought it was a very good team performance all the way through but Demarai took his goal very well.”

England are unbeaten in group I (nine) and have qualified with a game to spare with 12 points and five wins from the seven matches played so far.

They will face Bosnia and Herzegovina in Walsall on 11 October.

On Facebook, Chambers said:

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