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England - MontenegroHudson-Odoi (England) verursacht einen Freistoß nach einem Foulspiel an Boljević (Montenegro). 25/03/ 75'. Es gibt Ecke für Montenegro. England schlägt Montenegro nach einer Gala-Vorstellung mit und fährt zur Euro ! Die Three Lions verwöhnten ihre Fans beim Offizielle Nachspielzeit: 2 Minuten. Tor für England, durch Tammy Abraham. Einwechslung bei Montenegro -> Aleksandar Boljević.
England Montenegro RELATED ARTICLES VideoMontenegro 1 1 England full game Brazil 2014 11/14/ · Montenegro's back line have compiled a new definition for hopelessness and if England keep their focus that all-time biggest win, the over Ireland in Belfast in , is under threat. 11/14/ · England: 1/ Montenegro: 25/1. Draw: 12/1. England to win 8/1. England to score 4+ goals: 10/ England to win by 4 or more goals: 13/ Harry Kane to score first: 7/4. Harry Kane to. England survived an early scare to mount an impressive comeback and outclass Montenegro in Podgorica, in a game overshadowed by racist abuse directed at visiting players. Übersicht England - Montenegro (EM-Qualifikation /, Gruppe A). Chilwell (England) verursacht einen Freistoß nach einem Foulspiel an B. Janković (Montenegro). 14/11/ 82'. Simić (Montenegro) blockt einen Schuss. Hudson-Odoi (England) verursacht einen Freistoß nach einem Foulspiel an Boljević (Montenegro). 25/03/ 75'. Es gibt Ecke für Montenegro. Spiel-Bilanz aller Duelle zwischen England und Montenegro sowie die letzten Spiele untereinander. Darstellung der Heimbilanz von England gegen.
Anyway, the ball pops up kindly for Rashford to thwack home from close range. Jordan Pickford drawn into action for the first time tonight.
Simic arrives at the near post to direct a powerful header on target, and the Everton star parries it away. Three assists in 24 minutes. Marcus Rashford wins the corner for England.
Chilwell crosses. Kane heads home. Three Lions take a three-goal lead. Shall we all head for the exits? Manchester City could well come knocking….
Again, Ben Chilwell sends a terrific free-kick delivery in and the unmarked Tottenham star simply glances it past Mijatovic between the sticks.
The Manchester United defender then heads away the delivery. The England talisman heads it towards goal but the ball strikes the arm of Aleksandar Sofranac.
Would have been a certain penalty with VAR in operation. The Liverpool star brings it under his spell before finishing into the far corner. Trent Alexander-Arnold curls a signature free-kick from the left but Milan Mijatovic confidently collects.
Harry Winks plays a delightful pass into the onrushing Jadon Sancho, but Montenegro goalkeeper Mijatovic hacks it away. Decent start… for the visitors!
What a night out that would be…. He has some fantastic attributes, we have missed having him with us but he is in good form at the moment with four goals.
It is a special night for us. We want to put a performance on with a young team that excites people. Cue Mount and Sancho hat tricks England's Premier League has promised to improve and speed up the use of the VAR system following several controversial decisions and widespread criticism from fans and pundits.
The Premier League, using the technology for the first time this season, said in a statement that VAR was discussed at length during a shareholders meeting on Thursday and Mike Riley, its chief referee, accepted that "improvement is required".
Riley told clubs that speed and consistency of decision-making "are priority areas of work and will improve as the officials become more experienced with the technology and protocols".
Another break to deal with another Montenegro injury. More dominance for England and another free-kick deep on the left with Chilwell sending it in but no England man can meet it.
Did Southgate have any choice with that substitution? If the defender hadn't played, he would effectively have had the same punishment as Sterling, who is in the stands.
A fancy, spinning pass from Maddison finds Rashford on the left, he wins a corner and Maguire nods Chilwell's subsequent set-piece over the bar.
There is, at last, a debut for James Maddison. Tammy Abraham is also on and he will want a first England goal desperately. They suddenly go up through the gears, Kane find Alexander-Arnold whose cross is stabbed goalwards by the Tottenham man and the keeper deflects the save straight to Mason Mount.
More dominance from England down the left. They better hurry up if they want to 'do a Leicester'. England pick up where they left off, Rashford dancing down the left, before a cross is plucked out of the air well by the keeper.
Radunovic is s ubstituted for Raspopovic at the break. I remember when Rooney and co would beat teams like this The defeat by Czech Republic was followed with the demolition of Bulgaria, while the in-house bust-up this week has clearly done them no lasting harm.
A few players will also be eyeing some goals tonight, Mason Mount will not have a better chance to open his account. Jadon Sancho weaves some magic down the right but no end product.
No added time and the whistle goes. Rashford has another effort deflected wide after bursting from the left, exchanging passes with Oxlade-Chamberlain and firing one in.
The corner is rather overplayed and Winks recycles the ball, Chilwell finds Alexander-Arnold but his cross doesn't beat the first man.
That is the hat-trick. Goal number 31 and he may fancy breaking Rooney's record of 51 tonight the way he is playing.
Alexander-Arnold fires in the low cross, Kane's control is superb and he turns to fire it across the keeper and home. Some afters in there and the referee is flashing his yellow card around, with Vesovic and Rashford going into the book.
Oxlade-Chamberlain swings in a delicious ball from deep on the right that Maguire heads towards goal, the keeper's superb save falls at the feet of Marcus Rashford who controls it, steadies himself and bends into the far corner.
A first mistake for Chilwell as he chops down Vesovic on England's left flank. The chance for Montenegro to fire in the free-kick.
It's a free, diving header from Simic and Pickford produces a stunning save to keep it out! A corner that is then wasted really. A really simple ball in from the corner and Harry Kane just runs free into the six-yard box and nods it in.
Consecutive Wembley hat-tricks await for Kane who has his 30th England goal. You can slowly see parts of this team slotting together - the full-backs could be mainstays for the next decade, Harry Winks is already an expert at controlling these sort of games and the front three rival any in Europe.
Marcus Rashford wins a corner after another run down the left. Chilwell on a hat-trick of assists From the free-kick it is a beauty of a delivery and Harry Kane is in the right place to glance it home.
England forced into some momentary defending, but then spring forwards and Marcus Rashford is through one-on-one but denied well. Almost a second as the ball is played into the area but neither Harry Kane nor Mason Mount can force it home inside the six-yard box.
Ben Chilwell drives in from the left and floats over a teasing ball to the Ox who just hammers it low into the far corner.
Trent Alexander-Arnold flashing one of those trademark cross-field balls from right to left, and now he stands over a free-kick on the right with Ben Chilwell.
Pandemonium in the Montenegro defence and somehow the keeper scrambles it clear after some positive play by Jadon Sancho. A rather dramatic number for Montenegro England's players are mixed in their singing of the anthems.
Jordan Pickford is ramrod straight and belting it out but seems a little unsure of the words. Raheem Sterling has eight goals and six assists in this qualifying campaign — who might step-up?
How many might England rack-up and how comfortable might it be to watch? England booked their place at Euro and celebrated their 1,th international in style with a thrashing of Montenegro at Wembley.
Captain Harry Kane scored a first-half hat-trick - moving up to fifth in England's all-time scoring charts - and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Marcus Rashford both found the net as the Three Lions raced into a five-goal lead in 37 scintillating minutes.
An unfortunate Aleksandar Sofranac own goal made it in the second half before substitute Tammy Abraham opened his account in international football, confirming England's biggest home victory since October The emphatic victory, which seals England passage to Euro as winners of Group A, was made all the sweeter by the fact the average age of Gareth Southgate's team was just 23 years and days - the youngest ever in a World Cup or European Championships match.
Gareth Southgate called on his England players to put on a show on a landmark night for English football, and his youthful side did not disappoint.
It took just 11 minutes for England to open their account, the returning Oxlade-Chamberlain unleashing a rasping drive into the bottom as he ended 18 months of injury hell with his first international since June Having set up Oxlade-Chamberlain for the opener, Ben Chilwell became the first England defender in over a decade to provide three assists in a game, setting up Kane for two headers in six minutes as the Spurs striker drew level with Tom Finney, Nat Lofthouse and Alan Shearer on 30 England goals.
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