Date: 28th May 2014 at 7:39am
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Having scored his first Premier League goal (for Fulham), in the last Premier League game of the season against Crystal Palace, there is no time to rest for young Cauley Woodrow.

The young forward, who Fulham absorbed from Luton Town Football Club, is with Gareth Southgate`s England U20 side at the Toulon Tournament, in Raphael, France.

England won the first game, against Qatar, 3-0 but in the second game slumped to a 2-1 defeat against the highly rated Brazilian side.

In that game, Woodrow made his second England U20 appearance coming on in the 51st minute as a replacement for the Brighton youngster, Jake Forster-Caskey.

Having gone two goals behind through strikes from Alisson and Lucas Silva, England rallied and reduced the arrears when James Ward-Prowse, of Brighton, scored an excellent free-kick.

But it was not too be but, yet again, Luton Town Football Club has produced a youngster that looks to have a golden future in this wonderful game of ours.