Turkey U19s beat England U19s 1-0 at Manavgat, Antalya in the final U19 EURO Qualifier on Tuesday to secure top spot in the group en-route to next March’s elite qualifying round.
Taha scored the only goal of the game, finishing off a fine assist from Galatasaray winger Yunus Akgun.
Goalkeeper Berke Ozer also played an important role in Turkey beating England, putting on an outstanding performance in goal.
The Fenerbahce keeper made no fewer than eight saves including important stops in the penalty area to keep a clean sheet.
Ozer started all three EURO Championship qualifiers keeping two clean sheets and conceding just two goals.
The young keeper is part of a growing crop of players to emerge from the Altinordu academy.
There were a total of six Altinordu players in the U19 matchday squad against England – Muhammet Taha Tepe, Berkehan Bicer, Onur Taha Takir, Sahan Akyuz, Berkin Taskin, Egehan Gok.
If you include Berke seven players were Altinordu were academy products.
Ozer was snapped up by Fenerbahce on a £2.25m move over the summer and is tipped as one of the hottest prospects in Turkish football.
The young keeper has yet to break into the Yellow Canaries first-team but is expected to feature in cup games and gradually be integrated into the first-team.