Greenhous Meadow - Shrewsbury 19/11/2013 - 19:00CET (18:00 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 1

England - San Marino
9-0
 

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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
 

Match statistics

England
San Marino

9

Goals scored

0

25

Total attempts

1

14

on target

0

10

off target

1

1

blocked

0

1

against woodwork

0

8

Corners

0

2

Offsides

1

0

Yellow cards

0

0

Red Cards

0

11

Fouls committed

6

6

Fouls suffered

11

Lineups

England

England

San Marino

San Marino

1Butland (GK) (C)
46
1A. Manzaroli (GK)
83
2Jenkinson
61
2Proli
3Robinson3D. Maiani
4Hughes
78
4Brolli
5Stones
62
5Ciambotta
69
6Keane
13
6Biordi
7Ince
42
65
7Liverani
69
8Ward-Prowse
24
8Colombini (C)
9Ings
18
48
9Bernardi
10Lingard10A. Golinucci
11Sterling
15
59
11Battistini

Substitutes

13Bond (GK)
46
12Berardi (GK)
83
12Shaw13Angelini
14Chalobah14Baizan
15Dier
62
15Cesarini
69
16Zaha16Faetanini
69
17Bamford
65
17A. Zavoli
18Morrison18Zonzini

Coaches

Gareth Southgate (ENG) Pierangelo Manzaroli (SMR)

Referee

Gunnar Jarl Jónsson (ISL)

Standings

Last updated: 20/11/2013 09:18 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
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: 19/11/13 22.08CET

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