& # 39; I am disappointed & # 39 ;: England Under-21 boss Aidy Boothroyd claims that the game had to be stopped for the late Felix Uduokhai winner for Germany
- Aidy Boothroyd believes that playing should have stopped before the winner of Germany
- Kyle Walker-Peters had fallen when Felix Uduokhai scored for Germany
- Germany won 2-1 and the undefeated run of England with 19 games ended
England Under-21 manager Aidy Boothroyd felt playing should be stopped for a head injury for the winner of the German stopping time at the Vitality Stadium.
Defender Kyle Walker-Peters was in jail when German defender Felix Uduokhai shot in the added time for a minute.
The late goal sentenced the Young Lions to a 2-1 loss, which ended their 19-match unbeaten run in their last scheduled match before Euro 2019.
England Under-21 boss Aidy Boothroyd claimed that the late winner from Germany should not have been there
Bournemouth striker Dominic Solanke, who led the team at his home base, seemed to have earned Boothroyd's men a draw by scraping the opener from Mahmoud Dahoud.
& # 39; It is disappointing to lose a series of games from an official who in my opinion should be blown to a free kick, & # 39; said Boothroyd.
& # 39; Kyle has been caught and has gone down. For me it's a head injury, it's under-21s, it's friendly – it stops.
& # 39; I am disappointed, but we should not have given the corner away in the first place. & # 39;
Felix Uduokhai scored a late goal for Germany, but Kyle Walker-Peters was in the sixteen
While senior team manager kept an eye on Gareth Southgate from the stands, one side of England with nine changes to the draw with Poland was lucky enough to stay on the same level after a dominant first half of the visitors.
After 27 minutes, the impressive midfielder of Borussia Dortmund Dahoud shot from the edge of the box, as Stefan Kuntz almost doubled their lead when Luca Waldschmidt struck a post.
Boothroyd, whose team is facing France at the age of 18 in the European Championship opener, believes there are lessons to be learned from the setbacks in the summer tournament in Italy and San Marino.
& # 39; It was tough. The first half they were better than we were, & he continued.
& # 39; The second half we were much better.
The goal of Uduokhai meant that the undefeated series of 19 games of England Under-21s came to an end
& # 39; If we are defeated, we would rather be defeated than in the euro.
& # 39; We are all a bit hurt and disappointed, but in my experience sometimes a loss can be a really good thing. & # 39;
Boothroyd has a little more than two months until he appoints his Euro 2019 team.
After losing Chelsea winger Callum Hudson-Odoi to the senior team during this international break, he admits that there are a number of factors that can still influence his selection.
"It will be dictated by injuries, form, which Gareth wants, that always comes first," said Boothroyd.
& # 39; The number of players that I have been able to use and continue … I think we are in a good place.
& # 39; I learned a lot in the last two games. By the time the team is called on June 6, we are in the right place. & # 39;