England star Ross Barkley has described his England performance against Estonia as a ‘dream’, after impressing in the 2-0 win over Estonia, according to the Daily Mail.
The 21-year old Everton midfielder assisted Theo Walcott by expertly nutmegging an opposition defender, and was unlucky not to mark the occasion with a goal himself.
Winning his 16th cap, he was awarded the Man of the Match award for his outing, and looks to be taking his stellar club form to the national stage.
Speaking after the Euro 2016 qualifying victory, the Toffees talisman revealed ‘I’m just in a zone, fully focused on what I want to do on the pitch.’
‘Playing at Wembley is like a dream. We have a lot of talent within the group and a lot of experienced players who can help us.’
He has registered three goals and two assists over eight Premier League outings this term, after a difficult season for the blue side of Liverpool last year.
Over his 16 appearances for the Three Lions, the Scouse star has netted once, with the goal coming last month in the 6-0 win over San Marino.