VIDEO: Nightmare moment for England and Man Utd youngster as he concedes 50-yard own goal

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Dean Henderson is away with the England squad at the U20 World Cup in South Korea and endured a moment to forget in his latest outing against Guinea

Manchester United youngster Dean Henderson allowed a 50-yard back-pass from Chelsea’s Fikayo Tomori to slip past him at the U20 World Cup.

The Red Devils goalkeeper was turning out for England in a group stage meeting with Guinea.

England held a narrow one-goal lead shortly before the hour mark, but saw that advantage cancelled out in comical fashion.

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Tomori didn't check on the positioning of his keeper before firing the ball in his direction, leaving Henderson wrong-footed and unable to prevent a remarkable own goal.

The nightmare moment ended up costing England two points, as they were held to a 1-1 draw.

Paul Simpson’s side are, however, still top of Group A after their opening two fixtures – having previously beaten Argentina 3-0 in their opening contest.

Next up for England's Under-20s will be a final group game against South Korea on Friday.

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