Raheem Sterling scored yet again for England this evening, as the Man City forward tapped home following a lovely counter-attacking move from Gareth Southgate’s side.
Having already been 3-0 up, Sterling added insult to injury just before half time, after he tapped into an empty net following a brilliant team move from the away side.
GOAALLL!@England with a wonderful counter-attacking move
Kane lays it on a plate for Sterling to tap in from three yards
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After picking up the ball in their own half, Southgate’s men broke with menace, with the move ultimately leading to Kane giving Sterling an easy tap-in to wrap up a fine first half from the Three Lions.
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