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Chelsea youngster Callum Hudson-Odoi had a great time during the international break as he scored a brace in England U21s 5-1 annihilation of Austria U21.
The 18-year-old had also watched as the senior team defeated Bulgaria 6-0, and has revealed his disgust at the racist chants made by the Bulgaria fans that made the game to be halted twice.
Hudson-Odoi has now sent a message to the England national team to always stick together as a group.
He said as per Sam Dean of the Daily Telegraph: “It is disgusting to hear or see players getting discriminated against. It is not right. I say to myself, whenever that happens you have got to stick together as a team, which the boys did [on Monday].”
He went on: “I am really proud to see the boys stick together and in those situations where they say they would walk off the pitch, it is right because no player should be treated differently.
“We are all equal. It is an equal game so we have all got to stay strong. Stay the same and the boys dealt with it well. Hopefully everything will be sorted properly by Uefa. Everything that happened was obviously not right but we have to stick together as a team and move on from it.”