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LUFC Lees plays for record breaking England

Tom Lees won his fourth cap for the England under 21 side as they continue their build up for the European Championship finals in Israel later this year.

Lees came on with fifteen minutes remaining with England already well in control of the game against Sweden.

England led 3-0 at half time thanks to two goals from Tom Ince and one from Jonjo Shelvey.

Lees replaced former Leeds loan defender Adam Smith at right back and minutes after coming on, Connor Wickham made it 4-0.

The young England side are certainly heading towards Israel in great form. The win was the seventh in a row, equalling a national record that was first set in 1984. They also broke the record for the number of consecutive clean sheets as they made it seven in a row.

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Date:Wednesday February 6 2013

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