England Under-21s extended their unbeaten run to 22 games with a 5-1 drubbing of Denmark in a friendly in Ebsjerg on Tuesday evening.
Wih the likes of Phil Foden and Lewis Cook once again impressing on the international stage, Dominic Solanke also pitched in by scoring his third and fourth goals of the November break.
Indeed, Solanke’s second (England’s third) was the cream of the crop, with the Liverpool striker finishing off Foden’s industrious build-up play with an impudent back-heeled chip over Danish goalkeeper Daniel Iversen…
Solanke also scored both goals in England’s 2-1 win over Italy on Thursday.
As for the Denmark game, Dominic Calvert-Lewin came on in the second half and added a late brace (81′ and 86′) to flesh things out as the Young Lions cantered to their fifth victory on the bounce.