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By Shamoon Hafez

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  1. Post update

    A poor start to England's U21 Euro campaign then.

    Have a read of the report

    We are back on Wednesday for World Cup action as England take on Japan.

    Until then

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    England 1-2 France

    Steve Standring‏: Wow. Just like Euro 2004 in Lisbon. 2 late goals for the French against England.

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    England 1-2 France

    Ed Woodward: "Hello, is that Roy Hodgson? You can keep Wan-Bissaka mate."


    England 1-2 France

    England have thrown it away!

    Two goals conceded in the final few minutes and it is a huge, uphill struggle to reach the semi-finals from here.

    Jonathan Ikon
  5. GOAL - England 1-2 France

    Aaron Wan-Bissaka (own goal)

    Disaster for England late in injury-time.

    The corner is swung to the far post and sub Jean-Philippe Mateta flicks a weak effort at goal.

    It is an easy clearance for Aaron Wan-Bissaka, but he somehow manages to mis-cue it high into his own net.

    A great finish, just a shame it is at the wrong end!

    Aaron Wan-Bissaka
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    England 1-1 France

    France corner in the final minute...

  7. CLOSE!

    England 1-1 France

    Not happened for Moussa Dembele tonight.

    The Lyon player spins inside the box and strikes a shot which is deflected over the crossbar by England skipper Jake Clarke-Salter.

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    England 1-1 France

    England are being inundated by the flow of attacks, they are pegged back into their own 18 yards box now.


    England 1-1 France

    FIVE minutes added on, England holding on now.

  10. GOAL- England 1-1 France

    Jonathan Ikone

    Heartbreak for England.

    They have had warning signs about Jonathan Ikone all game and are made to pay late on.

    The dangerous Lille player cuts in from the right - as he has done all game - onto his favoured left boot and drills a low finish into the bottom corner.

    Dean Henderson had no chance with that one and the pressure pays.

    Jonathan Ikone
  11. CLOSE!

    England 1-0 France

    England riding their luck at the moment.

    Fode Ballo-Toure breaks into the box and sees his goalbound shot blocked by Fikayo Tomori.

    And from the follow-up, Celtic midfielder Olivier Ntcham shoots straight at Dean Henderson.

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    England 1-0 France

    England lead 1-0 and that has been their only shot on target in the game.


    England 1-0 France

    A final change for the French.

    Penalty misser Houssem Aouar is replaced by Marcus Thuram, son of the legendary Lillian.

    Now there's a great bald footballer for you.


    England 1-0 France

    Give Dean Henderson the man of the match award already.

    His team-mates allow Jonathan Ikone to cut in onto his left foot and that is asking for trouble as the Lille player makes his way into the box and strikes an effort towards the top corner which is superb kept out by Henderson's full length save.

    Manchester United number one come August...?

    Dean Henderson
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    England 1-0 France

    Ten minutes left, England are doing well to eke away time.


    England 1-0 France

    France striker Moussa Dembele booked for a studs-high challenge on Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

    That is a nasty challenge and the Lyon player is lucky not to receive more.


    England 1-0 France

    A double England change.

    Wingers Ryan Sessegnon and Demarai Gray off, forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin and Tammy Abraham enter the action for the final 15 minutes.


    England 1-0 France

    Another France change.

    Jean-Philippe Mateta enters the action in place of skipper Lucas Tousart.

    Striker on for holding midfielder there.


    England 1-0 France

    A change for England.

    Dominic Solanke had a very poor game and is hooked, the Bournemouth striker is replaced by Mason Mount of Chelsea.


    England 1-0 France

    Right, 20 minutes to go, can France take advantage of their man advantage?

    Jonathan Ikone has shown he has a thunderous left foot and strikes another powerful effort which is tipped over the crossbar by Dean Henderson's agile save.