Chelsea Academy product Lewis Baker struck a late equaliser for England Under-19s in their second game out of three in a European Championship qualifying tournament.

England were trailing 1-0 to host nation Belgium when our midfielder, who has earned a reputation as a deadball specialist at Chelsea, scored a free-kick in the fifth minute of stoppage time at the end of the match.

Baker's Chelsea team-mate John Swift came on at half-time and earned the important late free-kick. He was an unused sub in the opening game, a 1-1 draw versus Georgia.

With the top side in the group going into the European Championship finals later in the summer, Georgia currently have four points with England level with Belgium on two points. The final matches are on Wednesday with England playing Scotland who cannot qualify after 3-1 defeat by Georgia in their second match. Chelsea defender Alex Davey was again an unused sub.