England have qualified for the Elite Qualifying Round of the U19 Euro's following a 3-1 defeat of Northern Ireland.
UEFA European U19 Championship
Qualifying Round, Group 9
7.30pm, Friday 10 October 2008
Windsor Park, Linfield FC
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England have qualified for the Elite Round of qualifying for the UEFA European U19 Championship, after coming from a goal behind to beat Northern Ireland 3-1 at Windsor Park.
Arsenal's Henri Lansbury equalised an early Irish strike and then proceeded to give England a 2-1 lead from the penalty spot, taking his tally to three in this qualifying campaign, following his goal against Albania on Wednesday.
Rhys Murphy, who himself has been in rich goalscoring form, secured the three points with a third goal six minutes from time.
England have now won two from two and qualify from Group 9 alongside Serbia who also have six points following their 5-0 defeat of Albania.
With both countries having already secured qualification, the two teams will meet on Monday to decide which nation will qualify as Group winners.
England: Jason Steele, Kieran Trippier (Krystian Pearce, 46) Gavin Hoyte, Jordan Spence (c), Lee Hills, Michael Woods, Danny Drinkwater (Jack Rodwell, 85) Victor Moses, Rhys Murphy, Henri Lansbury, Nathan Delfouneso
Substitutes not used: Ben Amos, Matthew Briggs, Medy Elito, Jay Emmanuel-Thomas