We've seen some fantastic goals over the course of the weekend during the international break, but last night England U21's Dominic Solanke produced something very special on what was a brilliant night for the young Lions. Aidy Boothroyd's side made the trop to Ebsjerg to take on Denmark U21's where they produced another sublime performance to extend their unbeaten run to 22 games. Efforts from Dominic Calvert Lewin, Demarai Gray and of course Solanke did the business to round off what has been a fantastic few days for England as a whole, after the senior team booked their place at the inaugural UEFA Nations League finals in Portugal next summer.
This game will be remembered fondly by Liverpool's Dominic Solanke who scored twice, with his second goal a sublime effort. He capitalised on a fumble by Denmark's goalkeeper after Phil Foden's shot was spilled into his path, but he still had an awful lot of work to do with his back to goal. He improvised by somehow chipping the goalkeeper with a back heel, with also saw him fool defenders. Solanke may still be very young but it's going to take some time for him to score a better goal than that, with it a serious contender for the goal of the weekend across Europe.
Watch Dominic Solanke's goal below: (Video courtesy of @BTSportFootball)