England qualifies for the World Cup after 10-0 against San Marino

England qualifies for the World Cup after 10-0 against San Marino

British striker Harry Kane scored four goals in the 10-0 victory over San Marino on Monday, to secure Gareth Southgate’s English team his place in the next edition of the World Cup in Qatar.

England needed just one point in front of their worst qualifying team, 210th and last in the world rankings, to secure the Group A leadership, so the only question was how many goals the English would score for the occasion.

Kane did his artillery duty after hat trick In a 5-0 victory over Albania on Friday (12), he scored four goals in the first half, two from a penalty kick, and reached the mark of 48 goals for the team, reaching third place in the English artillery list, equivalent to Gary. Lineker.

Harry Maguire opened the scoring with a header in the sixth minute, and Filippo Fabri scored an own goal before Kane took over and left England 6-0 before the end of the first half.

Emile Smith Rowe made his England debut with the seventh goal of the match, and even after Kane left, San Marino’s demolition continued after Dante Rossi was sent off for a second yellow card.

Tyrone Mings, substitute Tammy Abraham and Bukayo Saka each scored in a game that was entirely dominated by England and did little for the international football reputation.

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