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Qualifying round (Group 1) - 19/11/2013 - 19:00CET (18:00 local time) - Greenhous Meadow - Shrewsbury
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England run amok against San Marino

Published: Tuesday 19 November 2013, 21.42CET
England 9-0 San Marino
Raheem Sterling and Danny Ings scored two goals each as Gareth Southgate's side kept up the pace at the top of Group 1.
by Steven Carpenter
from Greenhous Meadow
England run amok against San Marino
Daniel Ings (left) celebrates his goal against San Marino ©Getty Images

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Published: Tuesday 19 November 2013, 21.42CET

England run amok against San Marino

England 9-0 San Marino
Raheem Sterling and Danny Ings scored two goals each as Gareth Southgate's side kept up the pace at the top of Group 1.

England maintained their lead at the top of UEFA European Under-21 Championship Group 1 with a 9-0 win at home to San Marino.

First-half goals from Will Keane, Raheem Sterling, Danny Ings, James Ward-Prowse and Thomas Ince put the home side firmly in control at the break in front of an impressive crowd in Shrewsbury, and England did not sit back in the second period.

Ings and Sterling both scored again, before further strikes from man-of-the-match Carl Jenkinson and Will Hughes rounded off an impressive victory for Gareth Southgate's team.

"I was pleased with the attitude and hunger of my players to do the right thing and go forward because it would have been easy for us to get sloppy," the manager said. "This is a tough team to come into at the moment because the players are setting the standards very high."

Last updated: 05/06/15 5.53CET

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Lineups

England

England

San Marino

San Marino

1
ButlandJack Butland (GK) (C)
Substitution46
1
ManzaroliAndrea Manzaroli (GK)
Substitution83
2
JenkinsonCarl Jenkinson
Goal61
2
ProliGian Luca Proli
3
RobinsonJack Robinson
3
D. MaianiDaniele Maiani
4
HughesWill Hughes
Goal78
4
BrolliCristian Brolli
5
StonesJohn Stones
Substitution62
5
CiambottaMirco Ciambotta
Substitution69
6
KeaneWilliam Keane
Goal13
6
BiordiJuri Biordi
7
InceTom Ince
Goal42
Substitution65
7
LiveraniLorenzo Liverani
Substitution69
8
Ward-ProwseJames Ward-Prowse
Goal24
8
ColombiniEugenio Colombini (C)
9
IngsDanny Ings
Goal18
Goal48
9
BernardiMarco Bernardi
10
LingardJesse Lingard
10
GolinucciAlessandro Golinucci
11
SterlingRaheem Sterling
Goal15
Goal59
11
Manuel BattistiniManuel Battistini

Substitutes

13
BondJonathan Bond (GK)
Substitution46
12
BerardiMichele Berardi (GK)
Substitution83
12
ShawLuke Shaw
13
AngeliniNicolo' Angelini
14
ChalobahNathaniel Chalobah
14
BaizanMaximiliano Baizan
15
DierEric Dier
Substitution62
15
CesariniDavide Cesarini
Substitution69
16
ZahaWilfried Zaha
16
FaetaniniAngelo Faetanini
Substitution69
17
BamfordPatrick Bamford
Substitution65
17
ZavoliAndrea Zavoli
18
MorrisonRavel Morrison
18
ZonziniAlessandro Zonzini

Coach

Gareth Southgate (ENG) Pierangelo Manzaroli (SMR)

Referee

Gunnar Jarl Jónsson (ISL)

Assistant referees

Gylfi Mar Sigurdsson (ISL), Birkir Sigurdarson (ISL)

Fourth official

Erlendur Eiriksson (ISL)

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