Myles Lewis-Skelly scored a fantastic goal as the England u17s secured their progression to the next round of the European Championships on Sunday.
After winning their opening group game with an Ethan Nwaneri goal and Myles Lewis-Skelly winning a penalty, both of the Arsenal youngsters were in the England u17 side to face the Netherlands on Sunday.
With Switzerland beating Croatia earlier in the day, England knew that a win of their own would secure a top-two finish in the group and progression to the next round with a game to spare.
Within just seven minutes, Arsenal’s Lewis-Skelly had given them a lead to hold onto.
It was a fantastic goal, with Lewis-Skelly picking the ball up in midfield and racing past three opponents, before the ball fell to him again after a half-hearted challenge and he fired it home.
England were pegged back in the 71st minute by a Jasper Hartog equaliser, but Isaiah Dada-Mascoll scored twice and Justin Oboavwoduo also netted as England dominated the final 15 minutes to win 4-1.
The highlights of the game can be found on the UEFA website, and a full-match replay is available via the BBC.
As a result of that win, England go into their final group game against Switzerland having already qualified for the knockout stages, and only needing a draw to top the group.
Switzerland have also already qualified for the next round, with the Netherlands and Croatia going home early.
It looks as though England will face a tricky quarter-final regardless of their group finish, with Germany and France currently sitting in the top two of Group C.
After playing such a key role in the opening two games, you’d think Nwaneri and Lewis-Skelly might be rested for the final group game to prepare for that quarter-final.
England face Switzerland on Wednesday, 24th May at 14:00 BST.
The games are available on UEFA.tv or the BBC, with all of England’s games covered live.