Jack Grealish has won his first trophy with England

The former underage star for Ireland was part of a winning side in France

BY Adrian Collins 09:31 Monday 30 May 2016, 9:31 30 May 2016

Picture by: David Davies / PA Wire/Press Association Images

Jack Grealish has already started top reap the rewards of his decision to represent England internationally, after helping his side to a win in the 'Tournoi Toulon'. 

The England U21s, lead by Gareth Southgate, were 2-1 victors over France in the final, thanks to goals from Chelsea pair Lewis Baker and Ruben Loftus-Cheek.

Grealish scored two goals in the earlier stages of the tournament, and was happy to take to Twitter in the wake of the victory, as he posed with the trophy in his England kit alongside his team-mates. 

The victory was the first time that England have won the tournament since 1994, when they had a 'golden generation' of players who went on to have impressive careers, including Jamie Redknapp and Sol Campbell, amongst a number of others.


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