Arsenal’s youngsters continued their positive start to the international break with more goals and assists on Thursday.

Sam Greenwood with England (Photo via Instagram / England)
Sam Greenwood with England (Photo via Instagram / England)

Bukayo Saka kicked off the international break in a positive fashion with an assist in a 4-0 win for the England u19s on Wednesday, and Arsenal’s youngsters kept on the right track in the second day of international youth fixtures.

First, Sam Greenwood scored in a 5-2 win for the England u18s over Russia. He netted just before half-time to double England’s lead at 2-0, before a high-scoring second 45 minutes saw them complete the victory despite being pegged back to 3-2 at one stage.

Emile Smith Rowe was the next youngster in action for the England u20s. He assisted a first-half goal for Manchester City’s Ian Poveda to make it 3-0, before adding a fourth with a goal of his own in the second half. The final score was 4-0.

It’s certainly not bad going to have an Arsenal player scoring or assisting in every England youth international fixture they’ve been involved in so far.

Next up, the England u21s and England u17s play on Friday night. For match details and a list of the Arsenal players involved in each squad, check out our full fixture schedule.

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