England Under-19s qualified for this summer's youth European Championship after a 2-0 win over Spain.
With England's senior team taking on world champions Germany and the Netherlands in friendlies this week with Euro 2016 on the horizon, the Three Lions' Under-19s side have been focused on a tournament of their own.
Aidy Boothroyd's side secured qualification to their own European Championship this summer with a fine 2-0 win over hosts and defending champions Spain on Tuesday to seal their place at the tournament in Germany.
With England knowing they needed to beat Spain to qualify as the only team from their group, Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Josh Onomah got things off to a perfect start when he opened the scoring after only six minutes.
A side England burgeoning Leeds United talent Lewis Cook and Onomah's club teammate Kyle Walker-Peters held on resiliently as their opponents bombarded Freddie Woodman's goal, and sealed the win when Newcastle United loanee Adam Armstrong came off the bench to double the lead midway through the second half.
With the current Under-19 crop being tipped by some as the most talented in some years, the win sealed a first progression to the annual competition's finals in four years.
The teenagers were clearly thrilled with their achievement and were quick to celebrate their success on Twitter after the match.
Buzzing with the win against Spain, qualified for the euros! https://t.co/nncKAOERl6— Lewis Cook (@lewiscook_) March 29, 2016
Too buzzing right now! Qualified for the Euro Finals beating Spain 2-0— Kyle Walker-Peters (@KyleLPeters) March 29, 2016
Off we go to the European championships again !! Proud of my team ! 2-0 against Spain. Buzzing !! #eng— Freddie Woodman (@41Woodman41) March 29, 2016
Absolutely buzzing to have beaten Spain 2-0 to qualify for the European finals in Germany— Dael Fry (@Daelfry1) March 29, 2016
Qualified for the Eurossssss beat Spain 2-0 , another assist— Tammy abraham (@tammyabraham) March 29, 2016