England sealed their ticket to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 with an emphatic win against San Marino 0-10 with Harry Kane scoring four goals, MySportPlug reporting.
It was a game in which the Three Lions dominated from the starting until the end which saw goals coming in from all corners nonstop while the home side was just unable to stop them.
Harry Maguire also made it 2 goals in two games for England in their two games during this month’s International break which is a boost for him heading back to Manchester United.
FULL MATCH REPORT SAN MARINO 0-10 ENGLAND
The match kicked off with England hitting the ground running as Harry Maguire scored an early goal in the 6th minute which made the scoreline 0-1 thanks to Phil Foden who made the assistance.
San Marino were was no match for anything the Three Lions did as Filippo Fabbri scored an own-goal in the 15th minute making things 0-2 for the visiting side who were putting so much pressure.
The game continued with no goals coming in for a while until the 27th minute which saw Harry Kane making things 0-3 from the penalty spot which he calmly converted.
It was 0-4 in the 32nd minute of the first half after Arsenal midfielder Emile Smith Rowe assisted Harry Kane who made it his brace as the match progressed further with them dominating.
Another goal from the Tottenham striker in the 39th minute which was also from the penalty spot for the Spurs man who made it his hattrick for the encounter and 0-5 for his country which was neatly finished.
Harry Kane scored another one once again in the 42nd minute which saw the scored turned 0-6 as the first half ended with England taking a good advantage into the break against San Marino.
They resumed in the second half with the home side taking things easy as they were able to defend a bit better in the early few minutes played after the break.
San Marino were doing good as they hit past the 50th-minute mark without conceding another goal from their opponent who looked a little bit chilled after scoring six already in the match.
Emile Smith Rowe finally found the breakthrough in the second half as he scored in the 58th minute for England to make the scoreline 0-7 with an outstanding finish for his first international goal.
A red card for Rossi saw the home side turned 10-man before Tyrone Mings made the scoreline 0-8 in the 69th from a fantastic finish which saw Trent Alexander Arnold with the assistance.
It was far from over despite Jude Bellingham go being as being ruled out in the 71st as Tammy Abraham scored in the 78th minute to make the scoreline 0-9 as it was becoming more like a practice match.
Bukayo Saka scored in the 79th minute of the second half as it was 0-10 with things looking perfect as the game ended with England sealing their Qatar ticket with the final result against San Marino ahead of 2022 FIFA World Cup.
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