TAMMY ABRAHAM HELPS ENGLAND U21 BEAT QATAR 4-0

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Tammy Abraham was on song as he got on the scoresheet in England Under-21s 4-0 win over Qatar at the Toulon Tournament on Friday evening.

In their final group game, Aidy Boothroyd’s side secured a comfortable victory, scoring three second-half goals in a 14-minute period.

Both Abraham and Jake Clarke-Salter started for England, who took the lead eight minutes before half-time courtesy of an own-goal.

That lead was extended shortly after the break when Ronaldo Vieira fired home and Abraham, scorer of the winner in England’s opening game, netted his second of the tournament when he arrived at the far post to tap home following good work down the left-hand side by Chelsea team-mate Jay Dasilva, on as a substitute, and Adam Armstrong.

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