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England And Turkey Reach Montaigu Final

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Kyle Cameron and Adam Armstrong helped England to reach the final of the Montaigu Tournament, where they will meet Daniel Barlaser's Turkey

By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter

Newcastle youngsters Adam Armstrong and Kyle Cameron helped England under-16s to reach the final of the Montaigu Tournament with a 1-1 draw against Germany.

And that set up a clash with fellow Academy starlet Daniel Barlaser's Turkey on Monday after they beat Japan 2-0 in Les Essarts.

The Young Lions knew a point in Eso La Roche would be enough to see them top their group after a 1-1 draw with Holland and a 3-1 win over Chile.

Cameron started at left-back while Armstrong began on the bench in the decisive match on Saturday but came on in the 70th minute.

Meanwhile Barlaser was a 55th minute substitute for the Turks, who had drawn with Portugal and hosts France in their previous games and so won the other group with their victory.