Date: 19th June 2011 at 11:03pm
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Danny Welbeck will return back to England as the only player to have scored for England at the Euro u21 competition after he scored a header against the Czech Republic tonight in England’s 2-1 loss.

Having scored England’s equaliser in the opening game against Spain, it was Welbeck who gave England hope of progression into the Semi finals when headered home in the 75th minute.

After good work from Welbeck himself despite being surrounded by a plethora of Czech players he worked it back out wide to Daniel Sturridge who crossed in and found Welbeck who had worked his way into the box.

England will have been confident of progressing but the Czech Republic had other ideas and two late goals saw England eliminated at the group stage.

The game also saw an eye catching display from Chris Smalling and a promising appearance from Phil Jones whilst Tom Cleverley had a chance early where he should have hit the target with a volley.

ENGLAND 1-2 CZECH REPUBLIC (U21)Click here for the most popular videos

2 responses to “VIDEO: Welbeck’s goal not enough for England”

  1. FIFA says:

    england’s U-21 are just as shit as england’s first team

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