Jack Harrison made his international debut for England U21s in Middlesbrough on Friday night.
The NYCFC winger entered as an 88th-minute substitute for the Young Lions, helping his side to a 3-1 UEFA European Championships qualifying win over Scotland.
Harrison made a brief but lively cameo on the left wing, putting in an excellent cross which was scrambled away by the Scotland defense.
England's victory was given to them courtesy of goals by Joshua Onomah (Spurs), Tammy Abraham (Chelsea) and Dominic Solanke (Liverpool).
Harrison will hope to add to his international minutes when England travel to Andorra for their next qualifier on Tuesday.
Everyone at the club would like to congratulate Jack on his first international appearance.