Tammy Abraham and Fikayo Tomori named in England’s squad as Tottenham Hotspurs attacking midfielder Dele Alli for upcoming the European 2020 Qualifiers against Czech Republic and Bulgaria.
Nigerian descent turned 22 today, has enjoyed a good season with Frank Lampard side after opened the scoring for the Blues in Wednesday night Champion League and his eighth goal of the season, but Victor Osimhen proved to be just as hot as his compatriot by netting the equalizer before William rose to decide the match in the favour for the visitor late on.’
Bye Tammy 🤗— Tolu Olasoji (@Tollexrism) October 3, 2019
Bye Tomori 😒
Well, they could still end up in a 🇳🇬 jersey. You know how these things go, yea? 😛
But for now, they are in @England squad for this month’s #EURO2020 qualifiers against Czech Republic and Bulgaria. pic.twitter.com/8jLYiDt4LB
Tomori who born in Canada has 15 caps for the Three-Lions Under-21 team but the defender regular featuring for Chelsea this term where he curled an excellent ball into the box over the top of all the Lille defenders only for Abraham to coolly take it down and finish past Maignan in goal.
Should Abraham and Tomori go on to play in any of these official games for England in the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Czech Republic Friday, October 11 and an away fixture with Bulgaria the following Monday they will no longer be eligible to play for Nigeria.