A stoppage time strike from Lewis Baker keeps England U19s in the Euro hunt
Belgium 1-1 England
UEFA European U19 Championship
Elite Round Qualifier
6pm BST, Sunday 26 May 2013
De Leunen, Geel
A last-gasp strike from Chelsea's Lewis Baker saved England and kept alive their hopes of qualification for the UEFA U19s Championship Finals.
After trailing to Thomas Foket's 27th minute opener for Belgium, England came out after the break searching for a goal to level matters.
And, deep into injury time, Baker stepped up to fire home a free-kick and earn Noel Blake's side a vital point against their Elite Round group hosts.
It leaves the table wide open, with one game to play on Wednesday. While England meet Scotland, Belgium and table-toppers Georgia go head to head.
The nation finishing top joins the six other group winners in the Finals in Lithuania, and the Scots, with one point, are the only side unable to qualify, so it's all to play for on Wednesday.
1 Sven Dhoest, 2 David Iboma, 3 Gilles Ruyssen, 5 Alexander Corryn, 6 Julien De Sart (c)(4 Corentin Fiore, 89), 7 Thomas Foket, 9 Nathan Kabasele (18 Siebe Schrijversm 73), 10 Rob Schoofs (8 Birger Verstraete, 82), 11 Jordy Croux, 14 Cedric Buekers, 16 Gianni De Neve
Subs not used 12 Merveille Goblet, 15 Timoty Castagne, 17 Leandro Trossard
Coach Marc Van Geersom (BEL)
Goal Thomas Foket 27
England 13 Cameron Dawson, 2 Calum Chambers, 3 Greg Leigh (18 John Swift 46), 4 Jordan Turnbull, 5 Tyias Browning, 6 Jack O'Connell (c), 7 Max Clayton (12 Shaquile Coulthirst, 62), 8 Lewis Baker, 9 Chuba Akpom, 11 Callum Harriott (10 Adam Campbell, 46), 17 Ben Pearson
Subs not used 14 Joshua Murphy, 15 Adam Webster, 16 Jed Wallace
Coach Noel Blake
Goal Lewis Baker 90+5
Referee Emir Alecković (BIH)