Video: Emile Smith Rowe breaks duck for the England Under-21s

Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith Rowe has scored his first goal for the England Under-21s last night as he helped them to victory.

The 21 year-old scored the only goal of the match last night as he kept the Three Lions in contention to qualify from the group, sitting two points behind both Albania and the Czech Republic, with a game in hand over the former.

There is still plenty of time to qualify, and you would expect us to get over the line, but the important thing is that our midfielder’s goal contribution is on the up, and we are here to celebrate it.


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  1. Sue says:

    What a run!! Lovely finish; also picked up MOTM – fantastic!

    Plus, Auba scored/assisted 👍
    Pepe scored 👍
    Azeez scored a beauty 👍

    1. Declan says:

      Read on Twatter we broke the record for number of players from one club scoring on international duty.
      Fantastic run from ESR and great finish.

  2. gunnerforlife says:

    Great for ESR, fantastic. Keep it up in the PL, lad.

  3. Blaze says:

    Who do you see to be the next in contention for the senior England squad between Emile Smith Rowe and Harvey Elliot of Liverpool?

  4. gunnerforlife says:

    Both are equally talented, quite a competition, but I think ESR is more quality and has more PL experience with the senior side.

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