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The Three Lions of England would be in the spotlight this week after mulling the lowly rated Albania side at home.

It’s really an impressive performance from the English side who took the Albanian opposition to the cleaners.

It’s a tailored decisive win well planned and executed by England manager Gareth Southgate as a Coach is as good as his last game.

They now hope to meet their next opponent in the qualifying series with such a level of improved confidence.

Here Isagoal.com reveals the three significant points from England 5-0 Home Win.

Hat-trick for Harry Kane

The Tottenham Hotspurs star was on hand to score a first-half hat-trick for England.

It’s an amazing performance from the English star as he was at the forefront of his side’s success in the game.

The first goal was superb but the second and third goal was even better as he used the time to remind us what he’s capable of doing as a striker.

He’s obviously a world-class striker as he’s the one Tottenham’s season really depend on irrespective of the exit of Nuno Espirito Santos as Spurs manager.

Harry Maguire key for England

The Manchester United star has proved his qualify over time including his ability to get forward into a decent goal scoring position.

And it was a great one as he opened the floodgate for goal in this Three Lions success story.

He’s one of the top players in the England squad as he summed up his immense quality and input to the England side with an opening (goal) finish in the 9th minute.

And it’s a good one for the defender who’ve been criticized for his poor showing for Manchester United in the recent defeat to Liverpool which even threatened the job of United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Henderson Individual Goal

The Liverpool skipper was on hand to score a beauty of a good when they faced up with Albania at the Wembley Stadium.

He was a key figure with his second international goal in this fixture for Gareth Southgate’s England.

His first goal came for England in the EURO 2020  Semi-finals 0-4 win over the Andriy Shevchenko’s led Ukraine.

And this goal is an up-grade to that one against Ukraine following the player (Albania) he skipped past in the box before he applied the superb finish for his goal in the contest.

 

 

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