Arsenal youngsters managed a total of 11 goal contributions for the England youth teams over the break, in spite of the absence of a couple of big names.
Eddie Nketiah and Folarin Balogun have been Arsenal’s most prolific academy goalscorers in recent times, but both of them missed out on the international break through injury.
There were still plenty of academy youngsters involved with England though, with Bukayo Saka providing a goal and an assist, Emile Smith Rowe doing the same, Tyreece John-Jules getting a hat-trick of assists in one game and more.
In total, Arsenal’s youngsters scored 6 and provided 5 assists for the England youth teams over the break.
Here is the full list of results, along with links to highlights and our match reports where relevant.
Wednesday 13th November
- Luxembourg 0-4 England u19s – Saka played 71 minutes and provided an assist
Thursday 14th November
- Russia 2-5 England u18s – Greenwood played 85 minutes and scored, Azeez came off the bench for 18 minutes
- Portugal 0-4 England u20s – Smith Rowe played 80 minutes, scored one and assisted one
Friday 15th November
- Albania 0-3 England u21s – Willock played 64 minutes, Nelson came on for him in the final 26 and scored England’s third goal
- England u17s 1-3 Denmark – Patino played 68 minutes and Oyegoke played the final 12
Saturday 16th November
- North Macedonia 0-5 England u19s – John-Jules played 90 minutes and provided three assists, Saka came on for the final 13 minutes and scored
- Norway 4-4 England u18s – Azeez played 90 minutes and scored a 95th-minute equaliser. Greenwood played the final 18 minutes and scored a penalty
Monday 18th November
- Czech Republic 0-1 England u18s – Graczyk kept a clean sheet and played 90 minutes, Greenwood and Azeez both came on at half-time to see out the win
Tuesday 19th November
- Bosnia & Herzegovina 1-4 England u19s – John-Jules played 73 minutes coming off the bench after an injury to former Gunner Xavier Amaechi
- Netherlands 2-1 England u21s – Nelson played 28 minutes and Willock played 11, both coming off the bench
- England u20s 3-0 Iceland – Smith Rowe played the final 29 minutes
- England u17s 2-0 Czech Republic – Oyegoke and Monlouis played 90 minutes in defence