By Harvey Byrne
Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin has revealed his delight on Twitter after making his first start and scoring two goals for the England Under-20’s side.
Calvert-Lewin, 19, scored an impressive two goals for Keith Downing’s side as they beat Germany 3-1 at Huddersfield’s John Smith stadium on Friday.
Calvert-Lewin revealed on his personal Twitter account that he was “delighted” to get two goals on his first start.
Great 3-1 win tonight vs Germany, Delighted to get 2 goals and my first start for @England! Now onto Monday 🦁🦁🦁
— DCL (@CalvertLewin14) October 7, 2016
Charlton winger Ademola Lookman scored the other goals as the young Three Lions side beat their German counterparts convincingly.
Calvert-Lewin completed a move to the Toffees and Goodison Park in the summer from League One outfit Sheffield United in a deal worth £1.5million.
He was considered one of the Blades’ brightest prospects after making his debut in April 2015.
The youngster ended up playing 12 times for the Yorkshire outfit, but remained goalless during his time at Bramall Lane.
He has joined up with the Toffees Under-23s and faces tough competition for a senior place in the Premier League with star man Romelu Lukaku cementing himself as the club’s first choice striker.
The Goodison Park outfit are now preparing for a clash against league leaders Manchester City, who are looking to bounce back from a 2-0 defeat suffered by Tottenham.
In other Everton news, fans reacted on Twitter to Romelu Lukaku’s performance for Belgium.