The Middlesbrough striker opened the scoring for the Young Lions in Oberhausen on Monday evening but saw a second-half penalty, which he had bravely earned, well saved by Marius Funk with the score deadlocked at 1-1.
Germany 1-1 England
U19 International match
Monday 8 September 2014
And the impressive forward says the night will live long in his memory.
“When I found out I was involved in this one I was buzzing because I just didn’t expect it,” Fewster told TheFA.com.
“To get 90 minutes again against them was a dream come true really because it’s Germany, they are the team you want to play against.
“It was good to score but then it turns upside down when I miss the penalty.
“I wanted to score even more because Englishmen obviously have a history with penalties against the Germans but history seems to have worked against us again.”
Fewster was praised by head coach John Peacock in his post-match press conference for his tireless running throughout the match.
It was that endeavour which lead to England’s opening goal and the Boro-born forward admits persistence was most definitely the key.
“In the first 20 minutes there were a few times when the ball just over ran or was intercepted but I always felt that, if we pressed them high, they would make a mistake,” he said.
“Then Dele [Alli] pressed them and when he won the ball I was in between the two centre-halves, he slotted it through and I put it in.”
Sean O’Driscoll was in the England dugout on Monday night and will take charge of the England U19s for their fixtures in October.
And Fewster – who scored a hat-trick for England U18s against Belgium last year – hopes he has done enough to be a part of the former Doncaster boss’ first squad.
“I just hope I get selected for the tournaments coming up and I feel there are goals in me so,” he said.
“Given the chance then I’m confident I’ll be able to score more.”