Internationals: Tomori, Abraham, Solanke, Onomah, Eyoma Start For Young Lions; Oko-Flex & Lookman Benched; Nmecha Missing
Published: October 17, 2018
Internationals: Tomori, Abraham, Solanke, Onomah, Eyoma Start For Young Lions; Oko-Flex & Lookman Benched; Nmecha Missing
Find out how players eligible to represent Nigeria fared for England's teams on Tuesday.

At Tynecastle, Edinburgh, England U21s, who have already qualified for next summer's European U21 Championship, beat Scotland 2-0 in their last match, with Reiss Nelson and Kieran Dowell scoring in the second half.

Four players of Nigerian descent in the shape of Fikayo Tomori, Josh Onomah, Dominic Solanke and Tammy Abraham started for the Young Lions.

The Tottenham Hotspur loanee played for 71 minutes, Chelsea loanee Abraham subbed out with three minutes left to play, Everton's Ademola Lookman was a non-playing substitute for this one.

England U17s recorded an impressive 3-1 win against Brazil in Telford thanks to goals from Alexander Mighten, Sam Greenwood and Morgan Rogers.

Manager Steve Cooper did not utilize Celtic's Armstrong Oko-Flex off the bench.

Spurs central defender Timothy Eyoma played the entirety of England U19s big 6-2 win against Macedonia at St George’s Park. Manchester City's Felix Nmecha was not in the Young Lions match day squad.

Callum Hudson-Odoi, Stephen Walker (3), Nya Kirby and Tariq Lamptey with the goals for Keith Downing's side.

Igho Kingsley

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