We bring you highlights from the Three Lions' 4-1 victory over Poland at Dean Court.
Brian Eastick's young side showed character and attacking talent to come from behind and beat Poland 4-1, and now you can watch the highlights.
After going a goal down to Radoslaw Mikolajczak's 19th minute strike, the young Lions hit the goal trail to kick off 2007 in fine style.
Adam Hammill, Giles Barnes and a brace from James Vaughan sent the 10,375 crowd away with high hopes of the future of English football.
Despite dominating the opening exchanges England were caught on the counter attack and it was Mikolajczak that punished some indecisive defending at the heart of the defence.
Hammill got England back on level terms just five minutes before the interval with a fine left-footed finish, to the delight of a record crowd at Bournemouth's Fitness First Stadium. Vaughan won the flick on and Mark Davies beat two players before slotting Hammill in on goal. The Liverpool midfielder, who captained his club to The FA Youth Cup last season, drilled the ball home with ease to restore parity in the game.
Derby County forward Barnes then gave the Three Lions the lead on the stroke of half time. Mark Davies was again at the heart of the move as he found space on the right flank, before playing in Barnes who held off the covering defender and slid the ball past Kazimierczak to send England into the break on a high.
Vaughan extended the lead in fortunate fashion as he pounced on flick on from Haynes to divide the keeper and last defender and prod the ball goalwards. Unfortunately for Kazimierczak the ball went smoothly through his legs and into the goal, although there was an element of good fortune it was no more than the home side deserved.
Vaughan made it four, and doubled his tally for the night from the penalty spot. Davies ran at the Polish defence who were forced into bringing the midfielder down, and the referee had no choice but to point to the spot.