England U20s enjoy a game of football tennis after training with two distinct teams formed
England U20s ended Thursday's training session in Bursa with a bit of fun, but with an edge.
The squad are preparing for Saturday's World Cup group game with Egypt, but after a morning of travelling and a light evening session, the players who started Wednesday's match with Chile opted for a game of football tennis.
And the two teams were quickly formed on the basis of the North-South divide, apart from John Stones who was adopted as an honorary southerner.
In the Northern team there was Adam Reach, Ross Barkley, Conor Coady, Luke Williams and Tom Thorpe while Stones was joined by James Ward-Prowse, Eric Dier, Danny Potts and Harry Kane in representing the South.
FATV were along to catch the best of the action, so you can watch that below and see who came out on top.