England 5 San Marino 0

Roy Hodgson

Eng­land 5 San Marino 0, Wemb­ley Sta­dium, FIFA Wor­ld Cup Quali­fier, Oct­ober 12, 2012. Roy Hodg­son said af­ter the clash wi­th San Marino that he was im­pressed by the pa­tient ap­proach of his si­de. The hosts won the ga­me 5-0 thro­ugh goals from Phil Ja­gielka, Way­ne Roo­ney, Dan­ny Wel­beck, and An­dros Town­end, plus an Aless­andro Della Valle own goal.

Eng­land now had six points from two ga­mes and were top of Group E on goal dif­fer­ence ahead of Lithuania. Roy Hodg­son: “The longer the ga­me went on we knew that it would open up and we would get more chances.” Eng­land Te­am: Joe Hart, Kyle Walk­er, Ga­ry Ca­hill, Phil Ja­gielka, Leigh­ton Baines, Theo Wal­cott, Mi­chael Car­rick, Tom Clev­er­ley, Al­ex Oxlade-Cham­ber­lain, Dan­ny Wel­beck, Way­ne Roo­ney. Sub­stitutes: John Rud­dy, Jo­leon Le­scott, Ry­an Shaw­cross, Ja­mes Mil­ner, Ash­ley Cole, Ad­am John­son, Aar­on Len­non, Jonjo Shel­vey, Andy Car­roll, Jer­main De­foe. San Marino Te­am: Aldo Ju­ni­or Si­mon­cini, Cris­ti­an Brolli, Aless­andro Della Valle, Dav­ide Si­mon­cini, Mirco Palazzi, Fa­bio Vitaioli, Michele Cervel­lini, En­rico Cibelli, Mat­teo Cop­pini, Al­ex Gas­p­er­oni, Danilo Rinaldi. Sub­stitutes: Fe­d­erico Valen­tini, Si­mone Bac­cioc­chi, Gi­an­luca Bollini, Lorenzo Bus­car­ini, Pier Fil­ippo Mazza, Dami­ano Van­nucci, Manuel Marani, Andy Selva, Mat­teo Vitaioli.


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