New St Albans City star David Longe-King impresses on England debut
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New St Albans City signing David Longe-King impressed on his England C debut as the non-league Three Lions were beaten 2-0 in Estonia.
The goals arrived late on to deny the squad what would have been a deserved draw at least in Tallinn against the hosts' U23 side.
The first of those late goals came from a familiar name.
Markus Poom, son of former Derby County and Sunderland keeper Mart, glanced a header into the top corner on 88 minutes.
And Estonia killed the game off in stoppage time thanks to a low finish from Kaarel Usta.
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Aside from Longe-King there were a number of other debutants picked by Paul Fairclough.
They included Hitchin Town's Isaac Galliford and it was the Canary who came closest to scoring over the 90 minutes for England.
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Having arrived off the bench the diminuitive Galliford bent a wicked free-kick round the Estonian wall only to see it slam against the upright and bounce out.