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Highlights: England 5-0 San Marino (FIFA World Cup 2014 UEFA Qualifying Group H - 12/10/12)

1-0 Rooney (35')

2-0 Welbeck (37')

3-0 Rooney (70')

4-0 Welbeck (72')

5-0 Oxlade-Chamberlain (77') (England, FIFA World Cup, International)

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buddymagoo  +   1089d ago
Tom Cleverley’s 165 touches is the most ever recorded by Opta in an England game, beating Beckham v Andorra.
crazyturkey  +   1089d ago
Cleverly and the Ox IMO were the best players in the game. The rest did just enough for a team like this, but it wont be enough to beat stronger teams. Most of the English players seem to be scared of keeping the ball they just try to pass it too fast for their own good.
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Anderson8  +   1088d ago
it will be exciting to those two and wilshire linking up in the future

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