Crowe Wins England U17s Cap
Sunday, 11th Feb 2018 21:14
Academy youngster Dylan Crowe won his third England U17s cap as the Young Lions drew 1-1 with Germany at the Algarve Tournament.
Bobby Duncan, who is unattached at present having left Manchester City, put England ahead on 52 but Ole Pohlmann of VfL Wolfsburg equalised nine minutes later.
Right-back Crowe, 16, played the full game having been an unused sub for England’s opening match, a 4-0 defeat to hosts Portugal on Friday.
The England youngsters complete their fixtures with a match against Holland on Tuesday.
The tournament is part of the squad’s preparations for the European U17 Championships England is hosting in May.
In addition to his U17s caps, first-year scholar Crowe has previously played for the England U16s and U15s.
England U17s: Luca Ashby-Hammond (Fulham), Thomas Doyle (Manchester City), Luis Binks (Tottenham Hotspur), Dylan Crowe (Ipswich Town), Bukayo Saka (Arsenal), Mason Greenwood (Manchester United), Jimmy Garner (Manchester United) (c), Bobby Duncan (Unattached), Arvin Appiah (Nottingham Forest) (Trae Coyle (Arsenal) 72) (Trae Coyle (Arsenal), Jack Nolan (Reading) (Xavier Amaechi (Arsenal) 55), Matt Daly (Huddersfield Town).
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