West Ham United youngster Dan Kemp helped England U20s get their Toulon Tournament title defence off to a great start on Monday.
The winger played 65 minutes as the Young Lions beat Angola 1-0 in their opening fixture of the 2017 edition.
Chelsea striker Ike Ugbo scored the decisive winner just after half-time as the youngsters stormed to the top of Group A.
The squad this year, led by Neil Dewsnip, is aiming to emulate Gareth Southgate’s team from last year who managed to win the tournament overall after beating France 2-1 in the final.
Kemp will hope to feature once again in England’s second group fixture against Cuba on Thursday 1 June (6.30pm BST) where a win could seal qualification to the semi-finals.
The Young Lions then round off their group campaign again Japan on Sunday 4 June at 2pm BST.