England Under-21s into Toulon final

Lewis Baker scores from the penalty spot

England Under-21s reached the Toulon Tournament final for the first time since 1994 after a 1-0 victory Japan in their final Group B match.

England made it four wins from four thanks to Lewis Baker’s first-half penalty, the Chelsea midfielder’s third goal of the competition.

Gareth Southgate’s side meet hosts France in Sunday’s final in Avignon.

England have scored 13 goals en route to the final, with wins also coming against Portugal, Paraguay and Guinea.

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