Demarai Gray believes England's young guns must be given more of a chance with their club sides as he revealed his frustration at Leicester. The 20-year-old scored the opener in Thursday's 3-0 win over Poland as the England Under-21s reached the semifinals of Euro 2017. It is the first time the Young Lions, who topped Group A in Poland, have reached the knockout stages of the competition since 2009.
The Football Association (FA) will donate the proceeds from this summer's Community Shield match between Chelsea and Arsenal at Wembley to those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. The FA says it is hoped that the match will raise around £1.25 million for the victims of the tragedy and their families. The number of people to have died as a result of the fire, including those classed as missing presumed dead, remains at 79.
Demarai Gray is confident England can go all the way after they booked a semifinal spot in Euro 2017 with a convincing 3-0 win against hosts Poland. Goals from Gray, Jacob Murphy and a Lewis Baker penalty secured a victory which earned the Young Lions a place in the last four of the tournament for the first time since 2009. They progress to the last four as group winners, and when asked if he felt Aidy Boothroyd's side could go on and win it, Gray told Sky Sports: "Why not?
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