Hello fellow football fans! The English Elite League side kicked off their trip to Croatia with a thrilling 2-1 victory over Sweden at the ŠRC Sesvete Stadium. The win marked an impressive start for Ben Futcher’s team, which also featured strong performances from Will Alves and Dane Scarlett . Let’s dive into the highlights and key moments of this exciting game.

It was an exciting game for the Young Lions against Sweden on a breezy Friday night. England came out on top thanks to goals from Will Alves and Dane Scarlett, showing the depth of talent in the squad.

From the start of the game, England established their dominance. It didn’t take long for the Young Lions to break the deadlock.

Will Alves’ stunning goal: Just 11 minutes into the game, Will Alves, returning to international action after more than a year out due to injury, scored a sensational goal. The Leicester City midfielder took aim at goal from outside the box and fired in a stunning shot to give England the lead.

Keiran Kessie’s heroics: Keiran Kessie made a crucial clearance from the baseline to prevent Sweden from equalizing.

Sweden’s long-range shots: Tim Prica and Jakob Ondreka both tried their luck from distance, trying to lob England goalkeeper Jed Ward, but luckily neither England shot hit the target Target.

England maintained possession and control throughout the first half, ensuring they went into the break with a 1-0 lead.

In the second half, interim head coach Ben Faucher made several substitutions to inject new energy into the team.

Captain Dane Scarlett’s goal: With less than an hour left, captain Dane Scarlett doubled England’s lead. Scully showed her strength and composure to fend off several challenges in the box before firing the ball into the goal from close range.

Denizgur’s final strike: Denizgur pulled a goal back for Sweden with a minute left in the game, capping off a tense finish for the Young Lions. However, England eventually achieved a well-deserved victory with a score of 2-1.

Jedward (Bristol Rovers)
Karen Fisher (Norwich City)
Keiran Kessie (West Ham United)
Ben Nelson (Leicester City)
Abou Kamara (Norwich City)
Job Bellingham (Sunderland)
Dane Scarlett (Tottenham Hotspur)
George Ersey (West Ham United)
Keiran Kessie (West Ham United)
Noel Barker (New England Revolution)
William Alves (Leicester City)
Ben Collison (Aston Villa)

Samuel Braybrook (Leicester City) for Bucks 50′
Martial Gordo (Fulham) for Alves 50′
Charlie Hughes (Wigan Athletic) for Bellingham 55′
Bradley Hills (Norwich) for Nelson 55′
Archie Brown (K.A.A. Gent for Casey 55′
Alex Matos (Chelsea) replaces Collison 55′
Romain Essé (Millwall) for Fisher 65′
Bailey-Tai Kadamatri (Sheffield Wednesday) Earth 65′
Roman Dixon (Everton) for Scarlett 65′
Benico Baker-Boaite (Brighton & Hove Albion) for Kamara 65′

Tommy Simkin (Stoke City)
Tommy Thetford (Ajax)
Ben Cisse (West Bromwich Albion)

Ben Fulcher

Will Alves’ goal: Alves’ stunning goal marked his return to international football.

Keiran Kessie’s clearance: Crucial defensive effort kept England ahead in the first half.

Dane Scarlett’s goal: The captain’s goal showcased his leadership and scoring abilities.

Deniz Gur’s late goal: Added drama to the final moments, but not enough to change the outcome.

How did England fare against Sweden?

England showed their dominance and resilience as they won 2-1 with goals from Will Alves and Dane Scarlett.

Who is England’s standout player?

Will Alves and Dane Scarlett performed well, scoring crucial goals to secure the victory.

What was the final score of the game?

In the end England won 2-1.

How does Sweden challenge England in the match?

Sweden had several chances, including a long-range effort and a late goal from Deniz Gul, but England’s defense and goalkeeper stopped them.

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England proved their skill and resilience by beating Sweden 2-1 in the Elite League. The Young Lions set a positive tone for Croatia’s campaign with outstanding performances from Will Alves and Dane Scarlett. Ben Faucher’s tactical acumen and the depth of the squad were on full display, promising an exciting journey ahead.

By Robin

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