West Ham United Academy player Jahmal Hector-Ingram was on target as England U16s defeated Denmark 4-1 in the UEFA Development Tournament on Tuesday.
Hector-Ingram notched the home side's third, when he raced clear to blast past goalkeeper Viktor Anker just minutes into the second half.
England held a two-goal advantage at the break thanks to strikes from Yan Dhanda and Zachary Dearnley.
Hector-Ingram's goal increased the Young Lions' advantage, and although Mark Brink Christensen pulled one back for the Danes, Dhanda's second of the game soon re-established England's three-goal advantage.
The victory saw Kenny Swain's side bounce back from defeat to Spain in the opening game of the tournament, which is being held at St George's Park.
They conclude their campaign with a game against Belgium on Friday.