Group I leaders England take on bottom of the table San Marino in another World Cup Qualifier Game. England have been undefeated in their 10 games. San Marino on the other hand still haven’t been able to claw away even one point. It is one of those games where it is obvious who is going to win. If you were watching the game, the real question you’re looking to answer is, by how many goals are they going to win? And if you predicted a double digit victory, you would’ve been right.
It took just 6 minutes for Harry Maguire to score the first goal of the game. He’s been awful for Manchester United this season but at least he scores a header from time to time. Once the floodgates opened up it all went downhill for San Marino as Fabbri conceded an own goal to double the ditch they were in. Harry Kane, who is on the hunt to be England’s top goal scorer of all time, put away 4 opportunities and scored his 2nd hat-trick in a row. 2 of those goals came from penalties and 2 came off of beautiful strikes.
Emile Smith Rowe had his senior international first team debut and made sure it was memorable by scoring a goal. Gallagher also made a debut and won England a free kick. That free kick led to Tyrone Mings scoring the 8th goal of the contest.
Qualification: secured ✅
— England (@England) November 15, 2021
There would have been 11 goals but Tammy Abraham led to one of their goals getting disallowed. However, he scored one to make up for his mistake. And Bukayo Saka scored the 10th goal of the game to ice the complete domination of San Marino.