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Demarai Gray and Tammy Abraham responded to their recalls to theSBOBET England U21 starting XI by inspiring a 3-0 defeat of Latvia at the Vitality Stadium.
The two were unexpectedly substitutes in Friday's 1-1 draw away to Holland, despite impressing throughout the summer's European U21 Championship, and each scored as England earned the first win of their latest qualifying campaign.
Brighton's Kasey Palmer, continuing the recent rise that had taken him into the Premier League, added the third in the second half.
Particularly significant was Gray'sSBOBET contribution in front of watching Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe and coach Richard Hughes, who had targeted the Leicester forward during the summer transfer window and are expected to revisit their interest.
At what would become his home stadium should he make that move, the 21-year-old's pace and belief secured England's opening goal and provided a consistent attacking threat thereafter as England rose to second in Group 4.
Manager Aidy Boothroyd hadSBOBETmade nine changes from the team that drew with the Dutch, retaining only recently-appointed captain Joe Gomez and Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook.
Those changes also meant debuts for seven of his starters: Andy Woodman, Tom Davies, Kyle Walker-Peters, Sheyi Ojo, Fikayo Tomori, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Palmer.
Re: England U21 3-0 Latvia U21: Demarai Gray and Tammy Abraham inspire first win of qualifying campaign
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