England U21 vs Kosovo U21
U-21 Championship Group 1
7:45pm Monday 9th September
Since they made it two wins in a row after defeating Kosovo U21s 2-0 on Monday night phil Foden scored twice for England U21s.
Having played only 10 minutes of Premier League football for Manchester City this season, Foden appeared eager to unwind at KCOM Stadium and poked England before close range (25).
Kosovo were a difficult nut to crack when Foden was available to fire home for England, from 10 yards into rubber-stamp their victory and it took until injury-time.
Into their opening Euro 2021 qualifiers, Aidy Boothroyd’s side have reacted nicely Following a European Union campaign in the summer, taking maximum points.
Kosovo, top at kick-off after wins from Turkey and Andorra, started full of the remarkable Lirim Kastrati and confidence saw his shot turned away for a corner early on.
England settled into their stride and Foden was available to shoot home the rebound when the line was cleared off.
Reiss Nelson and Tom Davies both went close before the rest but Kosovo must have levelled when Arbnor Muja somehow spooned an effort from three yards on the crossbar.
Eddie Nketiah pulled without looking that harmful in the third a effort wide after the rest as England stayed.
This wastefulness from the final third came back to snack but Max Aarons denied Kosovo a clear scoring chance with a challenge inside his own box which led to him limping off with an injury.
Foden wrapped up the points in injury time, latching onto a loose ball in the region and shooting home to maintain England’s 100 percent record in Group Three.