Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Joshua Onomah helped England win Under-17 European Championship against the Netherlands tonight

Joshua Onomah (left) in action in the final. Picture: Action Images

Joshua Onomah (left) in action in the final. Picture: Action Images

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Young Spurs midfielder Joshua Onomah was part of the England side which won the Under-17 European Championships against Holland this evening.

Onomah, 17, started and played the full 90 minutes as England's young lions defeated their Dutch counterparts 4-1 on penalties after drawing 1-1 after extra-time.

Dom Solanke put John Peacock's side after 25 minutes but Jari Schuurman levelled before the break.

Onomah and England reached the final of the tournament by beating Portugal, Holland and Turkey.

England won the tournament for the first time in 2010, beating Spain 2-1 in the final.


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