Liverpool’s Dominic Solanke was on target for his country yet again on Friday as England’s U21s beat Scotland 3-1.
The striker dealt the final crushing blow in the European Championship qualifier by adding a decisive third after Scotland had pulled a goal back with the score at 2-0.
Solanke got himself on the score-sheet in the 79th minute with the kind of goal all strikers dream of, when Tammy Abraham’s square ball left him with a simple finish from close range.
Though he’ll undoubtedly find the back of the net in far more spectacular fashion in the future, Reds have good reason to take confidence from the desire he showed to get himself a tap in.
It continued what has been a good year on the international stage for Solanke, who won the Golden Ball earlier this summer as England’s U20s won the World Cup.
Liverpool’s Joe Gomez also captained the England team and played 90 minutes alongside Trent Alexander-Arnold .
Here’s a look at Solanke’s effort…