England National Soccer team qualified for the Euro 2016 finals after their 6-0 victory against San Marino in their group E match on Saturday. Wayne Rooney equaled England’s all-time goalscoring record. Goals scored by Rooney, Ross Barkley, Theo Walcott, Harry Kane and on own goal helped ‘Three Lions’ to dominating their opponents.

England coach Roy Hodgson decided to give first-team start to Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy and Swansea City’s Jonjo Shelvey as captain Wayne Rooney starting in attack to break Bobby Charlton’s goalscoring record for England.

Terrible pitch conditions

The match was hosted at Serravalle national stadium, but the pitch conditions were shocking for the visitors, but Hodgson’s team managed to create the best actions they can.

English team soon took the lead in the game as the referee decided to give them penalty kick, after San Marino’s Marco Berardi fouled one of English forwards in the box.

Wayne Rooney was one, who stepped up to take it and Manchester United legend drew Bobby Charlton’s record calmly slotting the penalty away. After 15 minutes it was 2-0 as San Marino’s defender put a ball into his own goal after a whipped cross by Luke Shaw.

Easy win for England

England continued to play brilliant football but their couldn’t find the way to score 3rd goal. The pitch didn’t help matters but England were delighted with their two-goal lead at the break. 15 seconds after the break Roy Hodgson’s side scored their third goal of the game when Ross Barkley headed home a brilliant cross from Arsenal’s winger Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.

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12 minutes later Roy Hodgson decided to sub in Theo Walcott. He was on field less than a minute and the Arsenal man made a great run and scored England’s fourth goal of the game. Roy Hodgson’s side made it five as Harry Kane scored his first goal of the new season. Two minutes later, Theo Walcott netted his second goal of the day with the San Marino collapsing physically. After this win, England qualified to the Euro 2016 finals.