Karamoko Dembele and Tobi Oluwayemi helped England’s u-21 side to a 2-0 win over the Czech Republic last night.
Dembele was a 79th minute substitute for Rico Richards while Oluwayemi played the full 90 minutes after being on the bench for Friday’s defeat from Denmark.
Both players are well established within the England set-up under coach Kevin Betsy with Dembele getting the red carpet treatment due to his international options.
The England squad is able to select from the best funded Academies in the country but also can call on players from Barcelona and Bayern Munich.
Despite being well served by goalkeepers such as Conor Hazard, Liam Hughes and Ross Doohan Celtic signed Oluwayemi from Spurs in the summer on a three-year contract.
All of the England international squads are based at St George’s Park with a number of under-age international titles picked up over the last decade.
England: 13 Tobi Oluwayemi (Celtic), 15 Daniel Oyegoke (Arsenal), 16 Zane Monlouis (Arsenal), 17 William Fish (Manchester United), 6 Levi Colwill (Chelsea), 21 Tyler Onyango (Everton), 18 Aaron Ramsey (Aston Villa), 23 Alex Robertson (Manchester City), 20 Rico Richards (West Bromwich Albion), 11 Louie Barry (Barcelona), 14 Amadou Diallo (West Ham)
Substitutes: 10 Jamal Musiala (Bayern Munich) for Robertson 60, 7 Karamoko Dembele (Celtic) for Richards 71, 9 Lewis Dobbin (Everton) for Diallo 80