The England national team qualified for the 2022 World Cup finals after crushing San Marino 10 goals without reply. England coach, Gareth Southgate, admitted that he had not thought about his team’s targets in the tournament between countries in the world.
The Three Lions team visited the San Marino headquarters at the San Marino Stadium, in the 10th match of Group I of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers , Tuesday (16/11/2021) early morning WIB. Playing at the opponent’s cage, the England national team appeared tergginas.
In the first half, England managed to win half a dozen goals over San Marino. Harry Maguire’s six goals were scored by Harry Maguire in the 6th minute, Filippo Fabbri’s own goal in the 15th minute, and Harry Kane’s quatrick in the 27th, 31′, 39′ and 42′.
Entering the second half, The Three Lions did not relax the tempo of the attack. As a result, they were able to add four more goals through the actions of Emile Smith Rowe (58′), Tyrone Mings (69′), Tammy Abraham (78′), Bukayo Saka (79′).
In this match, San Marino also played with 10 men after Dante Rossi was given a red card in the 68th minute. Until the match ended, the score 10-0 for the England national team victory remained.
Haven’t Think of a Target
Victory over San Marino made the England national team qualify for the 2022 World Cup finals . England won a ticket to Qatar with the status of winners of Group I with a value of 26, six points ahead of Poland in second place.
Carved eight wins and two draws from 10 group stage matches, making the England national team one of the strongest candidates to win the 2022 World Cup. However, Southgate has not thought about the target of his team.
“I haven’t really thought that far,” Southgate replied when asked about England’s goals for the 2022 World Cup.
“We’ve had 19 games this season and there’s a lot to be done. It’s a good opportunity to see the last few months and experience what young players need before the World Cup,” he added.
Tuesday (16/11/2021) :
Group C :
Northern Ireland 0 – 0 Italy
Switzerland 4 – 0 Bulgaria
Group F :
Austria 4 – 1 Moldova
Israel 3 – 2 Faroe Islands
Scotland 2 – 0 Denmark
Group I :
Albania 1 – 0 Andorra
Poland 1 – 2 Hungary
San Marino 0 – 10 England
England National Team Wins 10-0 over San Marino, Harry Kane: Fantastic
The England national team won 10 goals without reply over San Marino in the last match of Group C of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, Tuesday (16/11/2021) early morning WIB. The positive result was welcomed by England striker Harry Kane .
Undergoing a match at the San Marino Stadium, the England national team played pressing since the early minutes. Based on statistics on the official UEFA website, Team Three Lions recorded 78 percent possession of the ball, compared to 22 percent belonging to San Marino.
The England national team also fired 22 shots, one of which was on target. Meanwhile, San Marino only had one good chance out of two.
Appearing dominant, England managed to shave San Marino with a score of 10-0. Six goals from the England national team were created in the first half, which was scored by Harry Maguire in the 6th minute, Filippo Fabbri’s own goal in the 15th minute, and Harry Kane’s quatrick in the 27th, 31′, 39′ and 42′.
The other four goals for The Three Lions were scored by Emile Smith Rowe (58′), Tyrone Mings (69′), Tammy Abraham (78′), Bukayo Saka (79′). In this match, San Marino also played with 10 men after Dante Rossi was given a red card in the 68th minute.
The result against San Marino made the England national team carve a special note. Based on data from Opta , the 10-0 score is England’s biggest win in a competitive match at home to the opponent.
Harry Kane said he was very happy with the victory achieved by the England national team against San Marino. For him, the positive results are fantastic.
Moreover, the nick made the England national team qualify for the 2022 World Cup finals. England won a ticket to Qatar with the status of Group I champions with a value of 26, six points ahead of Poland in second place.
“Fantastic win. We expected to win tonight but we did a good job,” Kane said.
“It’s not easy to qualify. Every time we win a game, the public forgets the opposing team. It’s a tough battle, so to qualify is a fantastic feeling,” he added.