World News – GB – U21 EURO 2021 Qualifying – Andorra vs England: live score and updates


Posted: 1:22 PM EDT October 7, 2020 | Updated: 3:42 p.m. EDT October 7, 2020

England’s U21s are in Andorra in the final leg of their European Championship qualifiers as they look to continue their winning streak with just four points required in their last four games to reach the Euro 2021

Eddie Nketiah will start on the bench today after scoring nine goals for Aidy Boothroyd’s side to put the Young Lions first in Group C and six points ahead of Austria in second

Sportsmail’s Tomas Hill Lopez-Menchero to provide live coverage of Andorra U21 vs England U21, including live scores, substitutions and more

80 minutes: Boothroyd took off Curtis Jones for Callum Hudson-Odoi before this goal and Dwight McNeil has just been replaced by Ryan Sessegnon

76 minutes: It’s that man again! Fernandez shocked England for the second time in this game with an equalizer seemingly out of nowhere A cross in the area is directed to the bar by Luis Rosas and Fernandez follows with Ramsdale on the ground

72 mins: This turns out to be Dasilva’s last contribution to the Young Lions as he comes out for Jude Bellingham Eddie Nketiah replaces Sam Surridge, with the Arsenal forward one goal off Alan’s scoring goal Shearer for U21

70 minutes: the pressure from England is bearing fruit! Aarons rushes into the area and slashes for Dasilva, whose low shot wiggles under Iker and just above the line

66 mins: Eze has been one of England’s most dynamic players this half, putting himself in good goal positions twice He will be disappointed not to have converted at least one of those chances but there is still time

55 minutes: England are the brightest since half-time and concerted pressure brings a big chance for Eze Aarons to float into a cross which is sent back on goal by Jones but the Crystal Palace winger skis

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This late goal from Davies means the two teams are tied at the break Andorra will be the happiest team after taking the lead unexpectedly by Fernandez, but Boothroyd will be happy his Young Lions pulled off a response , even if it was late Everything to play in the second half

45 minutes: there’s the equalizer for England! Aarons appears in the box and places it for Dasilva, who leaves him perfectly for Captain Tom Davies to return home from outside the zone.It’s a well-worked goal and a great finish from the Everton man. p>

38 mins: Big Luck Goes Begging For Sam Surridge Eberechi Eze put it on a plate for him after a nice footwork on the edge of the area but Surridge’s head busted widely

35 minutes: England’s frustration after being behind Tom Davies is retained for a foul in midfield

27 minutes: Andorra takes a shock lead as England’s defense is divided far too easily by a long ball from goalkeeper Iker Rhys Williams fails to cope and in the ensuing confusion, Ricard Fernandez walks past Ramsdale

18 minutes: Curtis Jones has a great slalom run in the zone and goes down too easily according to the referee, who shows him a yellow card for the dive Some good flashes from England in those first 20 minutes though

12 minutes: Ramsdale makes a great save to keep Andorra from coming out after a good 12 minute set piece

Hello and welcome to U21 Andorra vs England U21 in Euro 2021 qualifiers A win here would put Aidy Boothroyd’s men close to qualifying for the tournament in Hungary and Slovenia

Without further ado, here’s the starting lineup for each team, with Brandon Williams, Rhys Williams and Curtis Jones all making their England debuts

Andorra: Iker, Joan Cervos, Albert Alavedra, Christian Garcia, Eric de Pablos, Alex Martinez, Jordi Alaez, Joel, F Pomares, Ricard Fernandez, Luis Rosas

England: Aaron Ramsdale, Max Aarons, Jonathan Panzo, Rhys Williams, Brandon Williams, Joshua Dasilva, Tom Davies, Dwight McNeil, Curtis Jones, Sam Surridge, Eberechi Eze

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