Nydam Wins Cap as England U19s Thrash Poland
Friday, 1st Sep 2017 21:36
Blues midfielder Tristan Nydam won his first England U19s cap as the Young Lions thrashed Poland 7-1 at St George’s Park this afternoon.
Nydam, 17, who had previously won one cap at U18 level, was in the starting line-up as the England youngsters went into a seven-goal half-time lead.
Sheffield Wednesday’s George Hirst and Arsenal’s Edward Nketiah both netted hat-tricks, while Elliot Embleton of Sunderland scored once. Radosław Kanach pulled one back for the Poles in the second half.
Town midfielder Flynn Downes, 18, was an unused sub for Paul Simpson’s side, who take on Germany in another friendly at Mansfield’s One Call Stadium on Tuesday evening.
England U19s: Ellery Balcombe (Brentford), Reece James (Chelsea), Keanen Bennett (Tottenham Hotspur), Joe Willock (Arsenal), Japhet Tanganga (Tottenham Hotspur), Ed Francis (Manchester City), Daniel Kemp (West Ham United), Tristan Nydam (Ipswich Town), George Hirst (Sheffield Wednesday), Elliot Embleton (Sunderland), Edward Nketiah (Arsenal). Subs: Dujon Sterling (Chelsea), Ryan Schofield (Huddersfield Town), Jaden Brown (Tottenham Hotspur), Tariq Uwakwe (Chelsea), Flynn Downes (Ipswich Town), Jonathan Leko (Bristol City, loan from WBA), Ben Brereton (Nottingham Forest), Reiss Nelson (Arsenal), Mason Mount (Vitesse Arnhem, loan from Chelsea), Jake Turner (Bolton Wanderers), Josh Tymon (Stoke City), Marcus McGuane (Arsenal).
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