By Dominic Toner
Josh Onomah scored on his England Under-21 debut on Tuesday – and the Tottenham fans were thrilled on Twitter with his performance.
England Under-21s dispatched opponents Bosnia with ease and recorded a 5-0 win under caretaker manager Aidy Boothroyd.
John Swift and Tammy Abraham netted first-half goals to put England in the ascendancy, with Onomah, Duncan Watmore and a second from Abraham completing the rout.
Onomah, 19, fired a low shot into the bottom corner and capped off a great debut with a goal.
The Spurs youngster has already featured for England at younger age groups but his continuing his development towards the senior squad.
Spurs supporters voiced their delight on Twitter over Onomah’s display and feel he has a big future at White Hart Lane.
Here are a selection of the messages:
— Sam (@psalms_black) October 11, 2016
Nice goal by Josh Onomah for #eng U21s
— Pete Haine (@Pete2Boogie) October 11, 2016
YEEEEES JUST CAME HOME AND OPENED THE GAME AND IVE SEEN THAT MY BOY JOSH ONOMAH SCORED YEEEES
— Spurs22 (@SpursD22) October 11, 2016
Onomah coming on leaps and bounds this season I feel
— James White (@WhiteJ183) October 11, 2016
— ADIOS TRUMP LAD (@HarrisonSites) October 11, 2016
Onomah scores on his England U21 debut ☺️ 3-0 #YoungLions
— BornaSpur (@bedfordyid) October 11, 2016
Onomah on the board for England U21s
— Griller Monsoon (@Russcher) October 11, 2016
Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino is a big admirer of teenage sensation Onomah and has used him twice already in the Premier League this season.
The youngster also played 90 minutes in the EFL Cup clash against Gillingham and scored his first senior goal for the club.
Onomah has made 23 appearances in the first-team at Spurs and is expected to have a huge future at the club.
In other Tottenham news, Ian Wright believes the club’s ace can fill Wayne Rooney’s boots.