Everton forward Ademola Lookman has said that the chemistry from the Everton team is benefiting the England under 20’s team in their World Cup campaign.
The 19-year-old Lookman, who joined Everton from Charlton Athletic during the January transfer window, scored a brace as the Young Lions defeated Costa Rica 2-1 to reach the quarter finals of the competition.
Everton’s manager Ronald Koeman is a fan of young talented, have five representatives in the England squad with all of them playing a role in the Young Lions matches.
Dominic Calvert-Lewis contributed an assist to Lookman’s second goal against Costa Rica on Wednesday and also scored the Young Lions first goal against Argentina during their opening game.
Lookman highlighted that the chemistry from the Everton team is benefitting the Young Lions and said, “It was a great ball from Jonjoe and a great assist from Dom as well.
“We are Everton boys so we like to help each other. There’s definitely a chemistry. We train a lot together so we understand each other.”