England remain in control of their World Cup destiny after a 4-1 victory over Montenegro in the qualifier at Wembley.
An early second half strike from Wayne Rooney and a comical own goal put Roy Hodgson's team in charge after Ukraine had briefly topped Group H with an earlier home win over Poland.
Montenegro pulled a goal back through Dejan Damjanovic but a long-range goal from debutant Andros Townsend and Daniel Sturridge's late penalty secured the win.
The result means a win at home to Poland on Tuesday night will confirm England's place at next summer's tournament in Rio de Janeiro.
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