England manager Gareth Southgate feels his team should have beaten Lithuania with greater ease.
Southgate did take time to praise goalscorer Jermain Defoe and centre-back Michael Keane, who were both impressive in the victory.
We would've liked a bit more. I thought we moved the ball a little too slowly.
There are times when you know you're going to win the game and we perhaps don't hit the levels that we hit against Germany.
Jermain Defoe returned with a bang as England overcame Lithuania, netting his first international goal in four years as Gareth Southgate's men secured a predictably comfortable World Cup qualification win.
Devastated to have been overlooked for the 2014 World Cup months after heading to Major League Soccer, few expected the 34-year-old to ever don the Three Lions again.
England will be hoping to boost their World Cup qualification hopes with a win over Lithuania on Sunday afternoon.
Gareth Southgate's side are currently top of their group and will be looking to add another three points to their tally when Lithuania visit Wembley.
There were positive signs for England in their defeat to Germany in midweek, so Southgate and the fans will hope they can carry on in a similar manner.
Mark Pougatch is joined in the studio by Ryan Giggs, Lee Dixon and Ian Wright with commentary from Clive Tyldesley and Glenn Hoddle.
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England manager Gareth Southgate was impressed with his team's performance in Germany, but was disappointed chances weren't taken in Dortmund.
England captain for the night, Gary Cahill, says they should have won against Germany on Wednesday night.
The Three Lions had some very good chances in the first-half with Adam Lallana and Dele Alli both missing when through on goal.
England lost on the night in Dortmund, but Gareth Southgate will have a number of reasons to be positive.
England promised much but Gareth Southgate's first match as permanent manager ended in defeat as Lukas Podolski marked his final Germany appearance with a stunning winner.