England manager Gareth Southgate jokingly admitted that he feared a phone call from Wayne Rooney and his family if he had left Harry Kane on the pitch any longer against San Marino. The Tottenham striker helped himself to four goals against heavily over-matched opposition, which saw him creep even closer to Rooney’s all-time England goals record.
It was a ‘fill your boots’ kind of evening for England, who predictably ran riot in San Marino.
Harry Maguire built on his goal against Albania to open the scoring after five minutes, becoming the highest-scoring central defender in England history.
From there on, the floodgates opened, and Kane bagged himself four goals before the half-time interval.
Bukayo Saka, Tammy Abraham, Tyrone Mings and Emile Smith Rowe also got amongst the action, while an own-goal and a red card compounded a miserable night for the hosts.
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