Last Updated: 20/11/18 7:18pm
Dominic Solanke scored another double as England U21s put on an impressive show to beat Denmark U21s 5-1 in a friendly in Esbjerg.
After netting twice in the victory over Italy on Thursday, the Liverpool forward was in confident mood and he was among the scorers again (39, 47) as England stretched their unbeaten run to 22 games.
With Phil Foden starring in midfield, Demari Gray (31) opened the scoring and Dominic Calvert-Lewin also netted a late double (81, 86) – with the second from the penalty spot which denied Solanke the chance of a hat-trick – while Marcus Ingvartsen (42) scored for the Danes.
Denmark and England both qualified top of their respective groups for next summer’s European U21 Championships – the draw for the finals is on Friday.
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