Barrow’s Georgia Stanway scored on her senior international debut, as an inexperienced England side comfortably defeated Austria 3-0 in Vienna.

Stanway was one of two players winning their first cap, with captain for the night Toni Duggan and Karen Carney the only players in Phil Neville’s line-up who had made more than 15 international appearances.

The 19-year-old striker's big moment came in the 71st minute when her Manchester City club mate Nikita Parris burst into the penalty area before laying the ball into Stanway’s path and she found the top corner with a first-time finish.

Fellow debutant Chioma Ugogagu had earlier given England the lead after 25 minutes when she struck from close range after Duggan had done well to retrieve Carney’s cross.

Rachel Daly rounded off a routine victory for the Lionesses with nine minutes in scrappy fashion, flicking in Carney’s effort after Chloe Kelly, another player making her debut, was twice denied.

Stanway, who scored six goals during last summer’s Under-20 Women’s World Cup, is having a sensational season, won her first senior international call-up coming after she’d scored six goals in three games for City.

Her stunning long-range effort against Reading was nominated for the FA Women’s Super League goal of the month for October.

Meanwhile, her strike against Chelsea in February earned her a place on the goal of the year shortlist for the North West Football Awards. She is the only female player out of the eight nominees.

The former Dowdales School pupil could win her second cap when England welcome Sweden to Rotherham’s New York Stadium on Sunday afternoon.