Sancho has shone in the Bundesliga for Borussia Dortmund since making the switch from Manchester City last summer, and has made more assists than any other player in Europe's top six leagues this season.
The match ended in a goalless draw but it was great to see the 18 year old make his debut for England.
"It would be a dream come true to play".
He chose to take the tough decision to snub a Pep Guardiola-managed Manchester City and has proven his doubters wrong.
And, after his experience, the forward believes Sancho can perform.
Summer signing Samu Castillejo is also at his disposal, but time will tell if Sancho opts to leave Germany firstly, and whether it's for England or Italy if the reported clubs all hold a genuine interest in acquiring his services next year.
England face the prospect of competing in two Uefa Nations League matches against World Cup finalists Croatia and 2010 World Cup champions Spain which, should he feature, would see Sancho have a tough introduction on the global stage.
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Christian Pulisic, the U.S. global and a Dortmund team-mate, has been a big influence: "He is another young guy, and I learn from him". The former Manchester City prodigy has attracted a lot of attention with his excellent form this season and a move away from the Bundesliga could be on the horizon in the future. "That's what he said to me".
Dembele was only at the German club for a season, having signed for a reported £13.5 million in 2016, and Sancho has had a similar rise to the Barca man. "I knew about Theo Walcott, who was 16 [when he was called into the 2006 World Cup squad]".
His under-15 and under-16 sides England coach, Dan Micciche also mentions to sky sports that "He is unusual in the sense that he is a winger who can run with the ball at pace and go on both sides, but he is a street footballer, ".
"One hundred per cent, coming in before the World Cup, training for four days, it made me hungrier to get into the squad", he added.
Sancho said: "I don't really see myself as a talented player". Not everyone is comfortable moving from home.
Tottenham, in particular, are keen on signing the 18-year-old wunderkind, who is believed to be valued around £100 million.
"I would say I'm a bit tricky, direct and just confident", he said. But they are unlikely to sell him to another top-six Premier League club and he is too good for a lower-league side, so another obvious option is overseas.