Adam Morgan took his prolific goalscoring form at club level onto the international stage last night with a strike in England's 2-2 draw with Canada at the FIFA U17 World Cup.

Morgan netted after 46 minutes to give John Peacock's side the lead as he headed home from a well delivered free kick which had been won following a powerful run by Anfield teammate Raheem Sterling.

Canada levelled shortly after thanks to a goal from Jalali before Turgott restored England's lead. However, a freak goal in the closing stages by Canada goalkeeper Quillan Roberts - who netted with a long range kick downfield which bounced over everybody before landing in the back of the net - salvaged a point for the Canadians.

Sterling, Morgan and Matty Regan all completed the 90 minutes in Pachuca while Jack Dunn was introduced as an 82nd minute substitute. Brad Smith and Tyrell Belford both watched the game from the bench.

England's final group game is against Uruguay, who have already booked their place in the knock-out stage of the competition thanks to a last minute winner against Rwanda.

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Reserves heading to Ireland