The England Under-21s were in good form on Friday as they got the better of their Lithuanian counterparts 1-0 in a Euro 2015 qualifier.
Tottenham Hotspur youngster Harry Kane was the hero for his side as he scored the only goal of the match 10 minutes from full time.
The 21-year-old forward headed in James Ward-Prowse's cross to hand England a 1-0 win and maintain their unbeaten record in Group One.
After the match, the Spurs man took to social networking site Twitter to revel in the win and also posted the following photo on Instagram with the simple message: ‘Glance #EnglandU21s’.
Great win tonight against Lithuania, Happy to come on and make my debut #England21s onto Moldova Tuesday!— Alex pritchard (@pritch_93) September 5, 2014
Kane further elaborated on his joy for scoring the winner for the England U21s and told Tottenham’s official website: ‘It feels great to get the goal and most importantly win the match...
‘Whenever I go onto the pitch I want to affect the game and I've been able to do that this season. Hopefully I can keep this form up and get some more goals and assists’.
Chelsea youngster Nathaniel Chalobah, who joined Burnley on loan until January, also featured in the win against Lithuania. After the match, the 19-year-old made the following post on Twitter.
England will take on Moldova in their final qualifying game on Tuesday.