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England U21 2-0 Uzbekistan U21

England Under-21 goalkeeper Frankie Fielding
Fielding played 77 minutes, ahead of joining up with the senior squad

Danny Rose and Martin Kelly scored as England Under-21s secured a comfortable win over their counterparts from Uzbekistan at Ashton Gate.

Rose's low 20-yard strike broke the deadlock for a dominant England side midway through the second half.

Liverpool's Martin Kelly headed home a cross from Kyle Walker to seal the win 11 minutes from time.

At the other end, new England senior call-up - goalkeeper Frankie Fielding - did not have a worthwhile save to make.


England Under-21 coach Stuart Pearce:
"Would Fabio Capello be happy with that? I can only speak about what I saw and we played as well as we have done for the last year to a man.

"There was some great interchange play and the only thing we were lacking was not putting the ball in the net a few more times.

"There is no such thing as a meaningless friendly and we have sent 17 players back to their clubs with the feel-good factor and that will benefit me, the nation and the clubs."


England U21: Fielding (McCarthy 77), Walker, Smalling, Jones (Kelly 46), Mancienne, Henderson (Cork 46), Rodwell (Lansbury 61), Rose, Cleverley, Sturridge (Albrighton 71), Moses (Welbeck 46).

Goals: Rose 64, Kelly 78.

Uzbekistan U21: Kuvvatov, Khalmukhamedov, Tuhtahujaev, Irmatov, Kholmurodov, Nagaev (Turaev 25), Ibrokhimov, Karimov, Musaev, Valijonov (Khasanov 57), Mamadaliyev (Mukhammadiev 82), Turaev (Shikov 87).
Subs Not Used: Khudoyorov, Raupov, Rakhmatullaev.

Booked: Musaev.

Att: 9,821.

Ref: Georgios Daloukas (Greece).



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England 2-1 Hungary
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