England reached double figures against 10-man San Marino as Harry Kane scored four goals to reach the World Cup finals in Qatar with a 10-0 win.
A second string England easily won 5-0 in Andorra to keep up the pace at the top of their World Cup qualifying group.
What better way for England men to celebrate their 1,000th international than with a resounding victory which booked their passage to the finals of Euro 2020.
ENGLAND U19 5, JAPAN U19 1 England gave the public of Manchester an exciting glimpse into the future as the under-19 national team convincingly beat Japan in an international friendly. Manchester City’s Academy Stadium hosted the international that featured two home players in the England starting line up, central defender Tosin Adarabioyo and wide player […]
CHELSEA U18 2, MANCHESTER CITY U18 1 (CHELSEA retain FA Youth Cup 5-2 on aggregate) Battling Manchester City went down 2-1 to lose the FA Youth Cup to Chelsea 5-2 as they retained the trophy they won last season, winning it for the third time in four years and the fourth time in six seasons. […]