Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith Rowe scored a late goal for England Under 21s in their encounter against Andorra. The Arsenal midfielder had an outstanding perfomance last time out but seemingly Andorra was the perfect game to unleash the beast in him.
The match started with England having a number of chances against a determined Andorra side.The first half ended 0-0.England would later get a red card but even with that they still didn't lose hope.
The gunners number ten Smith Rowe scored the solitary goal of the match for the ten man England side and this ensured they went away with all the three points.
After that perfomance that was coupled with a goal, he also won the Man of the match award.Seemingly Arsenal players fancy playing against Andorra.Bukayo Saka also netted two against Andorra and provided two assists against that same opponent.
Probably Smith is looking to break into the Three Lions Senior team very soon.Well done Smith Rowe.
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