Benik Afobe is representing England Under-19s at this summer's European Championship in Estonia and you can follow the young striker's progress on Arsenal.com.
England 2-1 Serbia
Friday, July 6
Benik Afobe was on target as England secured their first win of the European Under-19 Championship in Estonia.
The Arsenal striker struck after just six minutes, pouncing from close range after Conor Goady's cross was fumbled into his path.
Afobe was a handful for the Serbia defence throughout and almost set up a second for Harry Kane with a clever dummy.
The 19-year-old could have had a penalty in the 37th minute when he was brought down in the area at the end of a flowing move, but the referee waved away England's claims.
Afobe shaved the post with a header eight minutes after the restart and he was involved again when Nathan Redmond doubled England's lead with a fine strike 10 minutes later.
Serbia gained a foothold in the match with 20 minutes left when Nikola Ninkovic's corner sailed straight into the net. Afobe was withdrawn a minute later and England held on for a vital win.Copyright 2013 The Arsenal Football Club plc. Permission to use quotations from this article is granted subject to appropriate credit being given to www.arsenal.com as the source 6 Jul 2012