Blair Turgott played his part as England made a winning start to the FIFA U17 World Cup final campaign with a 2-0 victory against Rwanda.
The Young Lions' opening Group C game at the major finals in Mexico was harder than perhaps had been anticipated, although they eventually broke down their African opponents.
Hallam Hope scored a breakaway opener in Pachuca on 68 minutes - just after the Rwandans had hit the crossbar - before Raheem Sterling curled in a superb second four minutes from time.
Turgott was a lively presence on the right-hand side of England's three-man attack, in support of Sterling and Hope. For more on his World Cup thoughts, click here. He will hope to get another 90 minutes when England take on Canada on Wednesday before rounding out their group campaign against Uruguay on Saturday.
England qualified for the World Cup courtesy of reaching the semi-finals of the UEFA European Under-17 Championship finals, which were held in Serbia in May.
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