A look at the reaction to Tottenham prospect Alex Pritchard's latest display for England's under-21 side.
Tottenham Hotspur prospect Alex Pritchard played over an hour as England's under-21 side won their final warm-up game ahead of the European Championships.
England won 1-0 against Belarus thanks to a late goal from Middlesbrough defender Ben Gibson, in a match played at Barnsley's Oakwell ground.
Gareth Southgate's side made several substitutions during the second half, including bringing on Premier League sensation Harry Kane, who linked up with Spurs colleagues Tom Carroll and Alex Pritchard, who were both out on loan last season.
Pritchard dazzled on loan for Championship side Brentford, helping them earn a play-off spot, but did not look out of place in the company of several Premier League regulars last night, including West Brom's Saido Berahino and Southampton's James Ward-Prowse.
He was particularly dangerous early on, playing out wide and trying to find Berahino with crosses, and had a shot blocked as part before the Baggies star scored, only for it to be ruled out for offside.
The result was encouraging for England, who have only failed to win two of 17 matches under Gareth Southgate, and face a tricky group stage in the European Championships, with Italy, Portugal, and Sweden.
Here is a look at how fans reacted to the encouraging display of rising star Pritchard...
Love how @pritch_93 always looks for that pocket of space on the inside left. So intelligent.— Off The Post News (@offthepostnews) June 11, 2015
Alex Pritchard plays like he's a foreign. Heightened level of technique. Real asset. Rare for an English player.— UnderTaka Michinoku (@LiamJM10) June 11, 2015
Pritchard solves our winger problem. So good that lad #THFC— Spurs Shout (@SpursShout) June 11, 2015
England look comfortable but a little blunt. Carroll, Will Hughes, Pritchard and Ward Prowse are a little samey in midfield.— JRSG (@RowdenJRSG) June 11, 2015
Pritchard looking lively for the under 21s tonight. Looking forward to seeing him in a spurs shirt next season— Darren Gould (@darrentheyido) June 11, 2015