Solly March was on the scoresheet for England under-21s.
A number of Brighton & Hove Albion players have been away on international duty over the last week, and here is a summary on how they’ve faired for their respective countries.
OLIVER NORWOOD - NORTHERN IRELAND
Oliver Norwood completed 90 minutes in Northern Ireland’s 2-0 home victory over Norway in World Cup Qualifying Group C, as the midfielder’s nation secured three points to hold onto second position behind leaders Germany.
Ireland’s next game is an international friendly against New Zealand at the start of June, before they return to qualifying action on 10th June when they travel to Azerbaijan.
TOMER HEMED - ISRAEL
Tomer Hemed came on for Israel in the 64th minute against Spain, but the Group G leaders were already 3-0 up at that point, with the game finishing 4-1 to the 2010 World Cup winners.
Israel will look to close the four-point gap on Italy in second place when they return to qualifying action on 11th June against Albania, before another home fixture versus Macedonia on 2nd September.
CHRISTIAN WALTON AND SOLLY MARCH - ENGLAND UNDER-21S
Solly March and Christian Walton were both included in the England under-21 squad that travelled to Wiesbaden, but the Seagulls pair were unused substitutes in the Young Lions' 1-0 defeat to Germany in an international friendly.
March then started in last night’s 4-0 victory over Denmark in Randers, and fired the second goal of the game before being replaced on the hour mark. The winger found the top corner with a superb curling effort after 15 minutes, as they bounced back with a convincing win.
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FIKAYO TOMORI - ENGLAND UNDER-20S
Fikayo Tomori, on loan from Chelsea, helped England under-20s to a 1-0 victory over hosts France in the Four Nations Tournament, after drawing 2-2 in their opening game against Portugal, where Tomori was a late substitute.
England under-20s currently occupy top spot in the group heading into their final fixture against Senegal this evening, as they prepare for the Under-20 World Cup in South Korea which starts in May.
TOM MCGILL - ENGLAND UNDER-17S
Albion’s under-18 goalkeeper Tom McGill travelled with England under-17s to Bosnia & Herzegovina for their European Championship Qualifying game against Slovenia, and although the Young Lions secured a 4-0 victory and sealed their place at this summer’s finals, McGill was an unused substitute.
McGill could feature in their final qualifying game this evening, as they take on host nation Bosnia, with a point good enough to guarantee top spot in Group 7.
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