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Trio appear for Three Lions U21s

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Lloyd Kelly, Aaron Ramsdale and Sam Surridge all played for England under-21s on Tuesday night as they picked up a 5-1 over Austria.

Kelly and Ramsdale started the match and played the full 90 at Stadium MK - in which braces from Callum Hudson-Odoi and Eddie Nketiah (a further Nketiah strike went down as an own goal) secured the Euro 2021 qualifying win - while Surridge appeared from the bench late on, having opened his under-21s account with a goal against Slovenia last week.

Joshua King traveled to Bucharest as Norway took on Romania, Crystal Palace's Alexander Sorloth scoring late to secure a point in a 1-1 draw that retains the Scandinavians' slim chance of qualifying automatically for Euro 2020.

Midfielder Jefferson Lerma played the full match for Colombia in a friendly against Lille, France, however opponents Algeria claimed a 3-0 win with Manchester City's Riyad Mahrez netting twice. 

Gavin Kilkenny came on in the 75th minute as Republic of Ireland under-21s lost 1-0 to Iceland, the visitors dominating the second half but were unable to take their chances and lost to a first-half penalty in Reykjavik.

In Switzerland Mark Travers was an unused substitute as the Republic of Ireland lost 2-0 to the Swiss, a result which means they must now beat Denmark next month to qualify, similarly Philip Billing was unused for Denmark as they beat Luxemburg 4-0 in a friendly.

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