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Posted Wednesday, March 28th 2018

International watch: Kelly and England secure second win

Lloyd Kelly helped England Under-20s to their second win in a week, as the young Lions beat Portugal 3-0 in Manchester.

Left-back Kelly played the full 90 minutes as he earned another clean sheet on Tuesday (March 27th).

Chris Willock, Keinan Davis and captain Easah Suliman were all on target for Keith Downing's side.

Elsewhere, Bailey Wright was an unused substitute as Australia drew 0-0 with Colombia at Fulham's Craven Cottage in London, while Gustav Engvall was a second-half substitute as Sweden U21s beat Cyprus U21s 1-0.

And Hordur Magnusson's Iceland were beaten 3-1 by Peru but again the defender only watched on as he recovers from a knock he sustained in City's win over Ipswich Town.

The players will now return to the club as City prepare for the final stretch of the 2017/18 campaign, starting with a trip to Barnsley on Good Friday (3pm kick-off).

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