Sam Mather provides assist in England under-18s win

Manchester United youngster Sam Mather has been the club’s best player at academy level this season.

Mather continued his impressive form at international level for England’s under-18s.

The dazzling winger provided an assist in a 2-1 loss to Norway, with the Scandinavian side netting a late winner.

Mather’s 49th minute assist came with a perfectly chipped pass over a defender’s head for striker Jude Soonsup-Bell to score.

You can watch the goal below…

RONALDO NEEDS TO STOP WHINING.

Mather was substituted on 60 minutes for Manchester United teammate Daniel Gore.

Both players have played important roles for the under-18s this season after stepping up from the under-16s side.

Mather has an impressive three goals and seven assists already this season at club level.

Photo by Manchester United/Manchester United via Getty Images

No United Norway opponent

Isak Hansen-Aaroen was not in the Norway under-18s side. He has been called up the under-19s instead.

Hansen-Aaroen featured as a second half substitute for Norway-under-19s in a 5-0 victory over Wales.

United midfielder Charlie Savage was on the wrong end of the heavy scoreline for the Welsh.

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