England manager Roy Hodgson tells ITV's Gabriel Clarke he was pleased with the professionalism his team showed to beat lowly San Marino.
"I think that it was attack v defence, it adds a new meaning to attack v defence. It's never easy when teams have ten men in the box, but I was pleased with how we played football.
"They didn't have one shot on goal. I think the crowd were cheering every time the goalkeeper touched the ball."
Hodgson also confirmed that Theo Walcott will remain under observations in hospital on Friday following a collision with the San Marino goalkeeper.
"He [Walcott] will stay in hospital overnight."