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Footballers including Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand and Glen Johnson have hailed England's victorious footballers after a 2-0 win ensured automatic qualification for next summer's World Cup in Brazil.
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England have confirmed their place at the 2014 World Cup with a tense 2-0 win over Poland
Wayne Rooney and Steven Gerrard scored the goals in a high-tempo encounter.
The result ensures England finish above Ukraine and qualify automatically for next summer's tournament.
Steven Gerrard has moved England a step closer to World Cup qualification by giving the home side a 2-0 lead over Poland.
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England are just 45 minutes away from securing their place at the World Cup in Brazil next summer.
Wayne Rooney's header just before the break gave England the advantage after a tense first half.
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Wayne Rooney has given England a 1-0 lead in their crucial World Cup qualifier against Poland at Wembley.
The Manchester United striker met a Leighton Baines cross in the 41st minute to move England a step closer to World Cup qualification.
Russia has qualified for the World Cup for first time in 12 years by drawing with Azerbaijan 1-1.
Bosnia will also be heading to Rio after their 1-0 victory over Lithuania.
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England captain Steven Gerrard and striker Wayne Rooney have arrived at Wembley ahead of the decisive final World Cup qualifier against Poland.
An England win would secure their place at the World Cup in Brazil next summer.
England's starting line-up has been revealed ahead of their crunch qualifier against Poland at Wembley tonight.
Chris Smalling replaces the suspended Kyle Walker, while Michael Carrick comes in for Frank Lampard in the only changes to the side that beat Montenegro 4-1.
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