Stoke City striker Tyrese Campbell has made a big impact for England’s U20 side during this international break, with his two goals helping them to an emphatic win over Portugal today.
The 19-year-old has enjoyed a real breakthrough campaign for the Potters, playing in 13 Championship games, although he has only managed one goal.
Whilst there are still areas of his game that he clearly needs to develop, most Stoke fans can see the potential of the teenager and are excited about what he can do in the years to come.
And, his performance against the Portuguese appeared to justify that, with Campbell grabbing the first two in what was a big win for the country at that age group.
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It was initially thought that he had grabbed a hat-trick but it was just two for the striker, who is the son of former Arsenal man Kevin.
As you would expect, Campbell’s contribution pleased the fans and here we look at some of the reaction from Twitter…
Well done @TyreseKCampbell 👍
— Dan Hyde (@DanHyde8) November 14, 2019
Absolutely brilliant Tyrese – a credit to his family and SCFC !!
— Paul Powner (@Wisemaster) November 14, 2019
Congratulations to son of super, one day he could pull a blue shirt on #dadandladtoffees
— Lowerbullens178 (@tonyofthelounge) November 14, 2019
He certainly knows where the goal is when the teams set up to suit him
— Chris Kelsey (@ChrisMKelsey) November 14, 2019
— Tim (@taddison64) November 14, 2019
Call him up @GarethSouthgate
— Harvey (@HarveySCFC_) November 14, 2019