With both sides already assured a place in the next round, England pipped Belgium to top spot in Group 1 courtesy of a 4-2 victory, Bradley Fewster registering twice.
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• England ease through with 11 goals in first two games
• Belgium also qualify with match to spare after two victories
• Patrick Roberts and Ruben Loftus-Cheek each score three goals in England's first two matches
• Siebe Schrijvers on target twice in Belgium's 4-0 defeat of Luxembourg
• Gert Verheyen's side fall 2-0 down against Belarus but, with ten men, score three times in last 13 minutes
• Belarus and Luxembourg sign off with 2-2 draw, Noe Ewert equalising four minutes into added time
• England seal top spot by beating Belgium 4-2, Bradley Fewster registering twice
Full results and standings
Sean O'Driscoll, England coach
In the first half we had enough chances to put the game to bed, but Belgium defended well and they're a very good team. We had two games where we scored a lot of goals – and that was the difference. No English Under-19 side has ever won this competition so this is the first step to becoming European champions. Our goal is to develop a sort of club atmosphere at an international level.
Gert Verheyen, Belgium coach
It was a good game and both sides showed a lot of quality. I know my players can do well and they showed it today. I'm disappointed, though, because we didn't deserve to lose. I know my players well and they did their best, so I'm proud of them. Our mission was to get through this stage knowing there will be a lot of quality to contend with in the elite round. England were very strong tonight.
Elite round draw: 3 December