Crystal Palace Academy player Jadan Raymond scored the winning penalty in a shootout last night for England Under-17s as they overcame hosts Poland to win the Syrenka Cup.
Having comprehensively defeated Finland and Austria in earlier rounds of the friendly tournament, England held Poland to a 2-2 draw in normal time at the Arena Zabki last night.
In the resulting shootout, goalkeeper Coniah Boyce-Clark made two saves to prevent the Polish being named champions and Raymond - an 80th-minute substitute - stepped-up to net the final and winning penalty.
The Academy prospect had previously played a full match against Finland and not featured against Austria. His strike ensured England won the Syrenka Cup for the second year running.