Wayne Rooney became England’s all-time leading goalscorer this evening as the Three Lions maintained their 100% Euro 2016 qualifying record with a 2-0 victory over Switzerland.
The England skipper broke Sir Bobby Charlton’s long-standing record with the second goal at Wembley – his 50th for his country – after substitute Harry Kane broke 67 minutes of deadlock.
The win guarantees England top spot in Group C with games against Estonia and Lithuania to come.
Here, fanatix rates and slates how Roy Hodgson’s side performed on Rooney’s special night…
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GK: Joe Hart – 7/10
The Manchester City goalkeeper still hasn’t conceded in six games this season. He made a good save from a near-post header and was quickly off his line to thwart Stoke City winger Xherdan Shaqiri.
RB: Nathaniel Clyne – 6/10
It was a no-nonsense display from the Liverpool full-back before he was replaced by John Stones. He did the simple things well, although Hodgson would have liked a greater attacking contribution.
CB: Gary Cahill – 7/10
The Chelsea centre-half was recalled after being rested in San Marino and led his back four to a clean sheet, mostly implementing the offside trap well as the Three Lions risked playing a high line.
CB: Chris Smalling – 8/10
The Manchester United centre-back, making only his second start in this qualifying campaign, took his club form into the international game by producing a very strong defensive display. Harshly booked.
LB: Luke Shaw – 8/10
The 20-year-old impressively managed the double threat of Shaqiri and Juventus full-back Stephan Lichtsteiner, and added another assist to his week’s collection with the cutback for Kane.
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