England are sitting pretty in their 2015 UEFA European U21 Championship qualifying group as they remain unbeaten. England have played 9, won 8 and drawn one, guaranteeing themselves a place in the 2015 tournament play-offs before the final tournament is to be held in the Czech Republic.
On a night where the young lions were largely frustrated by good defending and just plain bad luck, it was Harry Kane who broke the deadline, 9 minutes before the final whistle. Although Lithuania were a very tidy outfit they failed to really trouble England throughout the 90 minutes.
Norwich winger Nathan Redmond had a shot cannon off the bar just moments after having a shot cleared off the line. The tricky winger was too hot to handle for the Lithuanians and truth be told it should have been more. Both Tom Ince and Nathaniel Chalobah had shots flash past the post.
However it was Tottenham's Harry Kane who broke the deadlock with just 9 minutes to go, meeting a pin-point cross from Southampton's James Ward-Prowse. The win was a hard-fought one but leaves Gareth Southgate's team in control at the top of group one. If they can maintain this team, a Championship win in 2015 is very possible.
England will now face Moldova on Tuesday in their final qualifying game.
Butland, Keane, Garbutt, Gibson (Kane 64), Moore, Chalobah, Ward-Prowse, Carroll, Ince (Hughes 79), Berahino, Redmond (Pritchard 79).