San Marino Stadium - Serravalle 10/10/2013 - 20:30CET (20:30 local time)

Qualifying round - Group 1

San Marino - England
0-4
 

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Kane hat-trick aids England in San Marino

Published: Thursday 10 October 2013, 22.41CET
San Marino 0-4 England
Gareth Southgate's side moved to within a point of Group 1 leaders Finland after a Harry Kane hat-trick helped them defeat their ten-man opponents.
by Luca Pelliccioni
from Stadio Olimpico
Kane hat-trick aids England in San Marino
Harry Kane got three of England's four goals in San Marino ©Getty Images
 

Match statistics

San Marino
England

0

Goals scored

4

2

Total attempts

29

1

on target

13

0

off target

12

1

blocked

4

0

against woodwork

1

0

Corners

14

0

Offsides

11

3

Yellow cards

1

1

Red Cards

0

8

Fouls committed

20

17

Fouls suffered

7

Lineups

San Marino

San Marino

England

England

1A. Manzaroli (GK)
45+1
1Butland (GK) (C)
2Proli2Stones
3Cesarini3Jenkinson
4Faetanini4Carroll
5D. Maiani5Dier
6Berardi6Keane
5
7Liverani
7
45+2
7Ince
72
8Colombini (C)
71
8Ward-Prowse
9Bernardi9H. Kane
45+3
65
89
10A. Golinucci
90
10Morrison
56
11Muraccini
24
75
11Sterling
21
66

Substitutes

12Francioni (GK)
45+2
13Long (GK)
13Angeli12Chalobah
14Angelini14Lingard
56
15Baizan
90
15Redmond
72
16Ciambotta16Zaha
17Righi17Ings
66
18A. Zavoli
75
18Berahino

Coaches

Pierangelo Manzaroli (SMR) Gareth Southgate (ENG)

Referee

Eiko Saar (EST)

Standings

Last updated: 10/11/2014 14:20 CET

Legend:

P: Played   
Pts: Points   
  
Published: Thursday 10 October 2013, 22.41CET

Kane hat-trick aids England in San Marino

San Marino 0-4 England
Gareth Southgate's side moved to within a point of Group 1 leaders Finland after a Harry Kane hat-trick helped them defeat their ten-man opponents.

England moved to within a point of Finland at the top of UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying Group 1 after Harry Kane struck a hat-trick against ten-man San Marino.

Central defender Michael Keane got the visitors up and running on five minutes, before the hosts had goalkeeper Andrea Manzaroli dismissed for conceding a penalty which Kane converted. The Tottenham Hotspur FC forward added two more after the break to help Gareth Southgate's men close in on top spot ahead of Tuesday's match against Lithuania in Ipswich.

The visitors took little time to find their stride and were ahead when Keane scrambled in after a corner from the right. England continued to dominate and though Raheem Sterling and Thomas Ince failed to hit the target with good chances, they doubled their advantage when the former was brought down in the box by Manzaroli on the stroke of half-time. Kane made no mistake from the spot.

Replacement keeper Massimo Francioni made outstanding stops from Kane and Ravel Morrison and also did his best to keep out the third, stopping Kane's initial shot on 66 minutes before the No9 fired in the rebound. The striker completed his treble in the dying moments, rounding the substitute and sliding the ball in from a tight angle. 

Last updated: 11/10/13 10.38CET

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