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BIG WIN FOR ENGLAND U18

28 March 2015

Six of the best for England Under-18s at Banks's Stadium...

England 6-1 Switzerland
U18s International
Saturday 28 March
Banks's Stadium, Walsall FC


A ruthless England tore through Switzerland at Walsall on Saturday evening as they won 6-1 – their biggest win of the campaign.

The Young Lions were in a ravenous mood from the off, racing into a three-goal lead inside 18 minutes through Taylor Moore, Adam Armstrong and Tammy Abraham. Armstrong and Abraham would each grab a second and a Dominic Solanke strike rounded off an impressive display by Neil Dewsnip’s men.

The side was captained by Armstrong, the first time the Newcastle United man had led out his country. He was joined in the attack by Middlesbrough forward Harry Chapman and Chelsea’s Abraham, both making their first starts.

Tottenham midfielder Luke Amos was also making his first international appearance since representing the Young Lions at Under-16 level back at the Victory Shield in 2012.

Full match report here...

England (4-3-1-2): 1 Sam Howes (West Ham United); 2 Kyle Walker-Peters (Tottenham Hotspur), 5 Taylor Moore (Lens), 6 Jake Clarke-Salter (Chelsea), 3 Max Lowe (Derby County); 4 Luke Amos (Tottenham Hotspur), 8 Ainsley Maitland-Niles (Arsenal), 11 Josh Onomah (Tottenham Hotspur); 10 Harry Chapman (Middlesbrough); 9 Adam Armstrong (Newcastle United; captain), 7 Tammy Abraham (Chelsea)

Subs: 16 Dominic Solanke (Chelsea) for Armstrong 50; 14 Louis Reed (Sheffield United) for Onomah 50; 15 Sheyi Ojo (Wigan Athletic, on-loan from Liverpool) for Chapman 67; 12 Josh Sims (Southampton) for Maitland-Niles 85.

Subs not used: 13 Magnus Norman (Fulham).

Bookings: Chapman 45;

Goals: Moore 4, Armstrong 16, 38, Abraham 18, 88, Solanke 85.

Head coach: Neil Dewsni


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