England U21 vs Scotland U21 2013 Highlights 6-0 Friendly Redmond Sterling Wickham Shelvey Barkley Carroll Goals Video

By Soccer Blog | Aug 14, 2013

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England U21 v Scotland U21 2013 ( England Scotland U21 VIDEO BELOW)

Final score and result:- England vs Scotland U21 6-0 ( Redmond, Sterling, Wickham, Barkley, Shelvey, Carroll)

Bramall Lane, Sheffield- U21 international friendly- 13 August, 2013- 13/8/13- Tuesday- 19.30 UK KO

England U21 secure their biggest win since 2011 as they beat Scotland U21 6-0 at Bramall Lane with senior manager Roy Hodgson in temporary charge of the squad in the absence of Stuart Pearce.

England U21 v Scotland U21 1-0 ( Nathan Redmond goal v Scotland U21 3′)
England U21 vs Scotland U21 2-0 ( Raheem Sterling goal vs Scotland U21 39′)
England U21 vs Scotland U21 3-0 ( Connor Wickham goal vs Scotland U21 50′)
England U21 Scotland U21 4-0 ( Ross Barkley goal vs Scotland U21 55′)
England U21 Scotland U21 5-0 ( Jonjo Shelvey goal vs Scotland U21 56′)
England U21 vs Scotland U21 6-0 ( Tom Carroll goal vs Scotland U21 61′)

England U21 v Scotland U21 attendance:- 26,942 ( Referee- Danny Makkelie )

England U21 starting lineup v Scotland U21 2013:- Butland, Stones, Robinson, Chalobah, Wisdom (c), Keane, Sterling, Hughes, Wickham, Shelvey, Redmond

Scotland U21 starting XI v England U21 friendly:- Archer, Jack, Mckay, Robertson, McHattie, Fyvie, McGeouch, Bannigan, Feruz, Armstrong (c), Watt

( Credits of this England U21 v Scotland U21 Goals Video with uploaders)

2 Comments so far
  1. DGP August 21, 2013 3:33 pm

    England Youth Team And Young Players Are Looking Promising

  2. Alfie September 6, 2013 12:43 am

    Tonights game against Moldova 1-0 win

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