Sunderland striker plays at Euros.
Sunderland’s Beth Mead proudly wore the Three Lions as she featured for England U19s on Monday.
The striker came on as a substitute for the final 11 minutes of the 0-0 draw with France in the opening game of the European Championships in France.
England keeper Lizzie Durack saved a penalty and France’s Lea Declerq struck a post as England ground out what could prove to be a vital point.
Coach Mo Marley told thefa.com afterwards: “I thought it was a very resilient and mature performance. The players held on well under so much pressure.
“We didn’t have a lot of the ball but we made it quite difficult for France to break us down.
“The girls found it really difficult but we’re happy with the way things have gone. We’re very happy with what we’re classing as a big point."
Marley’s side now face Denmark on Sunday before taking on Wales three days later.
Mead won a call-up to the squad following a fine campaign last season, when she scored 30 goals in all competitions.