The England national team have booked their spot in Qatar 2022 World cup after a ten goal win over San Marino.
The Three Lions have put the game to bed at halftime after the 6-0 first half thrashing of the San Marino side.
It was a game of top placed team vs last placed team with England only needing a point to join the Qatar train.
San Marino, who are yet to secure a point heading to this game and have had only one victory in all of their history, had everything to play for against a high flying England side.
England put ten Past San Marino
In only six minutes of play, the visitors found the back of the net after a Phil Foden Corner kick was met by the head of Maguire to score his second opening goal of the qualifier after he put England ahead in their previous game against Albania.
Bukayo Saka’s deflected shot made it two-nil, and just when you thought they were going to take their foot off the gas, Harry Kane ran riot with four goals in the space of 15 minutes in the first half.
The Tottenham striker dispatched two penalties, a solo goal and an assist by Emile Smith Rowe.
Gareth Southgate changed into the second half with Chelsea loaned player Conor Gallagher making his first senior debut after being recalled with some regulars opting out with injury.
The three lions moved on to score four goals in the second half, with Smith Rowe, Tyron Mings, Tammy Abraham and Bukayo Saka finding the back of the net.
England did themselves a lot of good with the win despite Poland falling by 2-1 against Bulgaria.
Poland will therefore need to win the Playoff match next year to join the Qatar 2022 train.