LIVERPOOL starlet Rhian Brewster scored twice as England came from behind to begin the under-17 European Championship challenge with a 3-1 win over Norway.
Brewster, who was an unused sub in Liverpool’s Premier League match against Crystal Palace, bagged a first half double to send the Young Lions on course to victory.
But the star of the show was Manchester City sensation Jadon Sancho who produced a brilliant individual display to show why he is regarded as one of hottest young prospects in Europe.
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City snapped up the 17-year-old in a deal with Watford three years ago which could be worth £500,000, and the club expect him to become a first team star in the next couple of years.
And Sancho showed why he is so highly regarded with a dazzling run to beat three defenders before squaring for Brewster to touch home his first goal on nine minutes.
By that stage England were already trailing after they fell behind on seven minutes through an own goal from captain Marc Guehi.
Sancho was too hot to handle out on the left and twice went close, before he helped create England’s second by releasing Callum Hudson-Odoi to square for Brewster to fire into the top corner.
England made sure of the three points to send them top of the group when another City youngster, Phil Foden, drilled into the roof of the net two minutes from time.