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.
It was not that easy for Three Lions though to break down their opponent's defense during the first 45 minutes, though they did double their advantage, this time from an own goal by Cristian Brolli.
Roy Hodgson's men were sharper after the break as they immediately netted a third through Ross Barkley, who scored within a minute after restarting.
The Three Lions domination were difficult to handle on that second period as they three more goals, two from Theo Walcott on 68 and 78 minutes, while another one arriving courtesy of Harry Kane on 77 minutes.