England national team are on the verge of grabbing a massive perfect record on their Euro 2016 qualifier and manager, Roy Hodgson is not shy on targeting for that 100% win as they set to face Lithuania.
Following his fine performance in this early stage of season, Tottenham Hotspur's midfielder, Dele Alli received a call up into England senior team, something that brought plenty of joy for the player.
Arsenal and England attacker, Theo Walcott share to the media about his current condition, stating that he is in an excellent shape after facing many injury problems recently.
Walcott stated that although injuries are frustrating for players, but he always try to take any positives out of it, which in this case is one of the path that makes him stronger.
Already securing their place in the upcoming Euro 2016 finals in France doesn't stop England players from training hard ahead of their qualification game against Estonia.
Roy Hodgson's men might not to win any of their remaining games with qualification ticket already confirmed, but Three Lions are still looking for all three points.
Having just witnessed how Wayne Rooney successfully put his name as the top of England's all time goal scorer with his penalty against Switzerland, Football Daily round up the other names who made it into top 10 list.
England continue to put on positive results on their Euro 2016 qualifier as they defeated Switzerland at Wembley with Wayne Rooney breaking the goal scoring record.
Already securing their place for Euro 2016 final, Three Lions still looking hungry for points as they put on an attacking display though it was not an easy task as their opponent played well.
Already securing their qualification for Euro 2016 final round doesn't make England players slacking off ahead of their next qualifier tie against Switzerland this midweek.
Although whatever outcome of their match against Swiss won't affect Three Lions' top spot, Wayne Rooney and co are still working hard in the training ground as they're keen on picking up another positive result.
England national team are gearing up for another Euro 2016 qualifier tie this midweek against Switzerland, but that's not the only thing being discussed as there's also talks regarding November friendly fixtures.
England national team may have already secured the ticket into Euro 2016 final round in France, but that doesn't mean they are slacking off during training session ahead of their qualifier match against Switzerland.
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.