Date: 10th July 2017 at 12:44pm
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Over in Georgia the England U19 side, playing in the European Championships, continue to enjoy success.

With two wins under their belts from the opening two fixtures, they took on Germany yesterday.

The U19 side produced a fine performance to gain revenge for the recent defeat inflicted upon the U21 side in the U21 European Championships, winning 4-1.

The goals were shared by two youngsters with Ben Brereton of Nottingham Forest getting the first two, including one from the penalty spot.

The second two, both scored in the second half, will be of particular interest to Fulham fans with our very own Ryan Sessegnon scoring them.

Ryan now has three goals from the three matches played as England look to reach the final of the competition.

That particular dream will be realised this Wednesday if the U19 side can beat the Czech Republic.