Mixed Fortunes For Young Blues

by Adam Clark
@Everton

Tyias Browning helped England to a dramatic late draw against Belgium on Sunday to keep the Young Lions' hopes of qualifying for the European Under-19 championships alive.

The Blues defender played a full 90 minutes as a last-gasp strike from Chelsea's Lewis Baker salvaged a point against the Elite Round qualifying group hosts.

Meanwhile, winger Matthew Kennedy played 85 minutes as Scotland slipped to a 3-1 defeat against Georgia, all but ending their hopes of reaching July's finals.

England and Scotland are set to meet on Wednesday in a game which will decide the fate of both nations.

A win for either side could potentially see them claim the top spot they need to guarantee their place in Lithuania.

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