The headline act among the Leeds United international contingent yesterday was England U17 international Nohan Kenneh.
The versatile Kenneh, who can play in defence or midfield, has been highly touted for a while (being linked with Paris Saint-Germain in some places) and was part of the England U17 side which won the Syrenka Cup after defeating tournament hosts Poland on penalties in the final.
| Congrats to @nkenneh101 and the @England U17s after defeating Poland in the final of the Syrenka Cup pic.twitter.com/6TIf6D6UVo— Leeds United (@LUFC) September 10, 2019
Kenneh played 70 minutes at right-back for the young England side in the final, having played the full 90 minutes against Finland in the semi-final and played 15 minutes off the bench against Austria before that.
Young midfielder Alfie McCalmont was back in action for Northern Ireland U21s, his third game of the international break, as they drew 1-1 with a Finland U21 containing former Leeds defender Aapo Halme.
Alfie Mccalmont laukoi 42. minuutilla, mutta reilusti yli maalin. Suomi oli saanut edellisinä minuutteina puolittaisia hyökkäyksiä, mutta ei kunnon maalintekoyrityksiä. #Pikkuhuuhkajat #FINNIR— Huuhkajat (@Huuhkajat) September 10, 2019
Finally, Mateusz Bogusz had an excellent cameo on debut for Poland U21s. Bogusz came off the bench for the final half an hour against Estonia U21s and got the assist on the 3rd goal, and well as winning the penalty for the 4th goal, of a comfortable 4-0 win for Poland.