England's 6-0 victory over San Marino caught some attention of football fans as that game resulted in couple important things, such as securing Three Lions Euro 2016 qualification and Wayne Rooney's goal scoring record.
England confirmed their place for the upcoming Euro 2016 final round in France after snatching a big win over minnows, San Marino last weekend.
The visitor started their rout after 13 minutes of play when Wayne Rooney made his 49 international goals, equaling Sir Bobby Charlton's record, from the spot kick.
Wayne Rooney has wrote his name in the England national team's record book after successfully equaling the all time goal scoring record of Sir Bobby Charlton this weekend.
As it was expected, Rooney were able to grab at least one goal which puts his tally on 49 goals, the same amount as Sir Bobby.
England national side secured their place for upcoming Euro 2016 Final round in France after snatching a big win over minnows, San Marino this weekend and that result brought joy for Three Lions stars.
Arsenal star, Alex Oxlade Chamberlain was delighted in getting his name back into the England national team setup for their upcoming Euro 2016, but he acknowledge that there's no guaranteed spot for him as just yet.
The international dates return and this time around, England national are gearing up for two games against San Mario along with Switzerland.
Preparing for those games, Three Lions continue to work seriously as despite already picking up positive results in previous games, Wayne Rooney and co are definitely keen on maintaining their positive run.
Just as it was predicted, England national team doesn't have much problem in grabbing all three points on their latest Euro 2016 qualifier tie against San Marino.
The Three Lions took immediate control of that tie and got themselves in front on 25 minutes from Phil Jagielka's effort.
San Marino 0-8 Ukraine highlights: Ukraine national side have to settle for another play offs battle before having any shot of playing in the upcoming 2014 World Cup as despite winning comfortably against lowly San Marino on Tuesday, England's win means that Mykhaylo Fomenko's men remains as group runners up.
Italy 4-0 San Marino highlights: Italy national team picked up a positive result from their latest international friendly match ahead of upcoming World Cup Qualier and Confederations Cup commitment as they defeated San Marino 4-0 on Friday.
San Marino 0-8 England highlights: Just as many people predicted, England's trip to face San Marino was never a question of will the Three Lions win, but more on how many goals that they scored as Roy Hodgson's men completely trashed their opponent on Friday.
Highlights: Montenegro took full advantage of their World Cup 2014 fixture against San Mario to go clear at the top of their group, leapfrogging England who were only involved in a friendly this midweek.