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Blues help England U19s through


Mason Mount set up three of England Under-19s four goals as they beat Germany 4-1 in their final Under-19 European Championship Group game.

He was joined in the starting line-up by captain Jay Dasilva, Dujon Sterling and Trevoh Chalobah. Reece James came on in the second-half, while Jacob Maddox was on the bench.

England started the game well, but were struck with a blow early on when Chalobah injured his ankle and had to be substituted off.

Germany took advantage and hit the crossbar, but it was England that got the first goal, adding a second soon after.

Nottingham Forest striker Ben Brereton won and scored a penalty to open the scoring, and then Mount set up Brereton for a second with a clever pass inside the box.

Jay Dasilva started the move with a pinpoint, lofted ball into the box, which Mount controlled with his first touch before pulling it back with his second. The ball fell perfectly to Brereton who buried it into the far corner.

Germany got a goal back before Mount set up two more goals, this time for Ryan Sessegnon.

The first was created by Mount's long, straight chip into the box, which fell perfectly to Sessegnon on the volley. Sessegnon created the second himself, after Mount found him on the edge of the area. The Fulham man jinked past a defender and struck a low shot through the goalkeeper's legs.

England face the Czech Republic in the semi-final of the competition on Wednesday evening, looking to make it to the final for the first time in 12 years.

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