It took just 80 seconds and three touches for Tottenham striker Harry Kane to score his first England senior goal - a moment he told ITV Sport's Gabriel Clarke is the highlight of his career so far.
Watch the interview with him and England captain Wayne Rooney in the player above.
England beat Lithuania 4-0 in their European Championship Group E qualifier at Wembley Stadium.
Roy Hodgson's side maintained its 100% winning record thanks to first-half goals from captain Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck, with Raheem Sterling and then sub Harry Kane both scoring their first senior international goals in the second half.
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England have the biggest representation on a 12-strong shortlist announced by tournament organisers for this season's RBS 6 Nations player of the tournament.
Centre Jonathan Joseph, fly-half George Ford, scrum-half Ben Youngs and number eight Billy Vunipola all feature among the group.
England, despite beating France 55-35 two days ago, were pipped to the title by Ireland, with Wales finishing third.
Three Ireland players make the list - captain Paul O'Connell, centre Robbie Henshaw and scrum-half Conor Murray - together with Welshmen Alun-Wyn Jones and Dan Biggar, Scots Stuart Hogg and Jonny Gray, and Italy captain Sergio Parisse.
Surprise omissions, though, include Wales captain Sam Warburton and his team-mate Leigh Halfpenny, plus France wing Yoann Huget.
Throughout the tournament, players were awarded (or deducted) points based on statistical performance across different categories.
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We all know that the England football team loses quite a lot, but do we need a constant reminder?
Apparently yes. This artwork created by Italian Maurizio Cattelan is set to go up for auction tomorrow and fetch between £400,000-£600,000.
The large piece, on black granite and made from MDF and steel, details all of England's defeats from 1874-1998 - starting with a 2-1 loss to Scotland and ending with that devastating defeat to Romania in the 1998 World Cup.
"Carved into it are all the defeats of England’s national football team. I guess it’s a piece which talks about pride, missed opportunities and death," says artist Cattelan in the Sotheby catalogue notes.
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