England 5-0 Albania: Harry Kane nets treble as Gareth Southgate's men run riot at Wembley


There was even scope for a Kyle Walker error – Jordan Pickford proving his growing dependability once again as he saved from Myrto Azuni.

Minutes later, Jordan Henderson combined well with Phil Foden to create a simple one-yard header which even Kane had enough form left to convert.

Once Harry Kane had started scoring, England knew everything was going to be all right – although nobody, perhaps, anticipated the manner of the victory.

Henderson, the man ITV pundit Roy Keane cruelly thought was only at the Euros was for his card tricks, started to produce the sort of magic to make Lionel Messi proud.

Kane fired in his second after Raheem Sterling selflessly chose to put him in rather than go it alone.



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