Date: 7th July 2017 at 12:56pm
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Returning to the international scene and in particular the U19 European Championships currently on-going in Georgia, success continues to beckon for the England U19 side.

Participating in Group B, the U19 side maintained their 100% record with a second win.

Matched against the Netherlands, in Tbilisi, the U19`s took the three points on offer with a late goal.

The goal, in the 84th minute, scored by the Nottingham Forest youngster, Ben Brereton, was enough to take England into the semi-finals of the competition.

Once again, Fulham`s Ryan Sessegnon played a prominent part in the action and Ryan came very close to getting on the score-sheet and opening the scoring for England when his shot struck the post.

With the England U20 side having recently won the U20 World Cup and with the U21`s performing admirably in the European Championships, the U19 side are continuing the trend that has seen this summer become something of a special one.

Here at Vital Fulham we`ll continue to report on their progress.