Demarai Gray 'tears apart' Tammy Abraham as England Under-21 stars enjoy game of FIFA 17
- England Under-21 players battled it out on game in front of team-mates
- Video shared by England on Twitter shows Demarai Gray win 2-0
- Tammy Abraham loses playing as Bayern Munich against Real Madrid
- The Young Lions are preparing to face Bosnia and Herzegovina
Two of the most promising young attacking talents in English football pitted their wits against one another in a game of FIFA 17.
England's Twitter page shared a video of Tammy Abraham and Demarai Gray gaming in front of their Under-21 teammates.
Gray gloated as he won the match 2-0 controlling Real Madrid against Bayern Munich.
Demarai Gray gloated as he beat England Under-21 team-mate Tammy Abraham on FIFA
Gray was more than happy to offer pearls of wisdom to Abraham during their match
Abraham who is in fine form this season in front of goal could not score on the game
The England Under-21's have already secured their progression to the European Championship.
Aidy Boothroyd's side have one game remaining but it is a dead rubber against Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The manager is planning to offer game-time to those who have struggled to make a mark in the team so far.
The duo's England Under-21 team-mates watched the contest with interest in their break room
Aidy Boothroyd is preparing his side to face Bosnia and Herzegovina in their last group game
Gray notched his first England goal against Kazakhstan on Thursday and Boothroyd has called on the Leicester striker to follow in the footsteps of Jesse Lingard.
He encouraged the 20-year-old to look at the career trajectory of Lingard - who played in the Under-21's himself - and take heart from his development.
Boothroyd said: ‘I can remember 18 months ago, he came to Toulon with us as a little, skinny thing from Birmingham.
Gray looks across to his team-mate whose expression tells the story of how their match went
'He has grown - physically, mentally and he has matured really well.
‘He looks a real threat, he is a very good player and we will make the most of it. The main thing about him is that he is a worker.'
That work is expected to continue against Bosnia and Herzegovina in Walsall as England look to finish off group nine with a flourish.
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