Jesse Lingard bagged two goals for England as the Three Lions eased past Andorra in World Cup qualifying.
The Manchester United man opened the scoring in the 18th minute, taking a good touch before finishing into the bottom corner. After the interval, Reece James hit the crossbar with a powerful strike from long range.
First-team stars Jack Grealish, Mason Mount and Harry Kane then came off the bench and linked up for the second goal.
Grealish and Mount caused problems down the left wing before the latter was brought down in the box. Kane dispatched of resultant the penalty to bag his 14th consecutive goal in England qualifying.
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Lingard made it 3-0 in the 78th minute with a low drive and then turned provider for birthday boy Bukayo Saka. The Arsenal winger, who turns 20 today, headed home Lingard’s cross from close range.
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