England wins a double for the first time since 1964 when they qualify for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar with a terrible victory in San Marino.
Harry Kane also set a record by scoring four points in the first half and drawing with Gary Lineker and 48 England goals, as well as setting 13 new records for his country in a year after his hat-trick in a 5-0 win. on Albania.
Only Sir Bobby Charlton and Wayne Rooney are above Kane in the UK charts. He is currently just five goals away from Rooney’s 53rd aggregate score.
Kane was also the fourth player to win a hat-trick in the next England game after Vivian Woodward, Dixie Dean, and Tommy Taylor, and the first to score four points since Ian Wright, again against San Marino in 1993.
Sources Harry Maguire gave England the lead but Bukayo Saka led Filippo Fabri before Kane scored two penalties to end the scoring.
England continued to suffer at San Marino after the break, with Emile Smith Rowe and Tyrone Mings scoring their first international goals ending abruptly with a header.
The victory followed with goals from successors Tammy Abraham and Saka as England won their first game since beating the United States 10-0 in New York City in May 1964, for the first time in the tournament.
The returns raise questions about the value of a game like this.
San Marino 210 is ranked in the 210 of the FIFA rankings and is probably the only money for its players to say they share the hole with big names like Kane, otherwise, this is just a test and a disappointment for the public. won a match in 186.
Nice evening for Kane, who did not miss a handball against Dante Rossi, then exonerated for two yellow cards, and Alessandro D’Addario. He made a mistake on the one hand, but on the other, he showed a good basis, even if the lack of security in San Marino helped him.
Smith Rowe made a positive impact on his first start in England and had the goals of him, and Conor Gallagher, who was interested in a Crystal Palace loan transfer from Chelsea, also landed his first hat-trick.
The only hurdle for England is a slightly dangerous high which means one of the other goals of the afternoon is to make sure all of their players show up without returning to their club.
For the UK it’s a great job. Now Southgate can get off to a good start with all plans for next year’s World Cup as he seeks to improve by reaching the semi-finals in Russia in 2018.
“The players accept any challenge” – what they say
England boss Gareth Southgate: “We put a lot of music for the tour fans, in the hospital the way we did it, and showed some exciting young people coming.
“Of course we will have a tough test ahead of me, but I put on these terrible nights in England where the audience supports us, the environment is very different.
“It’s nice to see the young athletes come in and have fun and put on a good show.
“I like that we have an idea that we don’t leave our feet and all the challenges I put in response to the players.”
Great victory after a great year: England in numbers