Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal are two of the fiercest rivals in world football, but players from either side of North London’s great divide combined for the good of England on Monday night.
Spurs right-back Kyle Walker intercepted a loose pass, before finding Gunners midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who hammered a ferocious shot beyond Watford goalkeeper Giedrius Arlauskis to seal England’s 3-0 win over Lithuania.
Oxlade-Chamberlain’s found the net in the 62nd minute of England’s final Euro 2016 qualifier.
A deflected Ross Barkley opener and an Arlauskis own goal – which was made by Harry Kane – had earlier sent England into a commanding lead, which they thoroughly deserved on a tricky plastic pitch in Vilnius.
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England end Euro 2016 qualifying as the only nation to have won all of their matches.
The Three Lions scored 31 goals and only conceded three in their 10 mathces, but their level of opposition was generally quite modest – San Marino, Estonia, Lithuania, Slovenia and the slightly more testing Switzerland.
However, next up for Roy Hodgson’s men is a series of tough friendlies – with games against France, Germany and Spain penciled in before next summer’s European Championship.