Mason Greenwood, who turned 18 a few weeks ago, made his fourth appearance for England U-21s this evening in their friendly game against the Netherlands. He was substituted on in the 66th minute then drew England level less than 10 minutes later.
A England goal made in Manchester 💙❤️
Mason Greenwood makes the most of Phil Foden's ball to net his first England U21s goal 👊
The Young Lions are level in Holland! pic.twitter.com/cpvdCN80H6
— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) November 19, 2019
Greenwood has previously represented England at U-15, U-17 and U-18 level, before getting his call up to the U-21s for the first time in the summer.
On Tuesday night, the game finished 2-1 to the Netherlands, with the home team scoring the winner from a sublime freekick in the 92nd minute. Tahith Chong played on the left for the Netherlands.
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