Gareth Southgate underlined the need for education when tackling the kind of racism endured by England's players on a night of shame in Montenegro.
Ross Barkley's two goals were complemented by goals from Michael Keane, Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling as England overcame the hosts' early opener to seal an impressive 5-1 win.
But there was barely any talk about the football after Monday night's Euro 2020 qualifier as the Group A clash in Podgorica was marred by racism.
Danny Rose and Callum Hudson-Odoi were subjected to monkey chants in the first half, with Sterling celebrating the fifth goal by pulling his ears as a sign of defiance to what he later called on social media "racists".
Rose was abused again towards the end of the match and UEFA is now set to launch an investigation into the abuse.
An emotional Southgate struggled to gather his thoughts after the game and did not want to be drawn into sanctions, instead pointing to education when he was told that Montenegro boss Ljubisa Tumbakovic claimed not to have heard anything.
- UEFA regulations state that if supporters engage in racist behaviour then "the member association or club responsible is punished with a minimum of a partial stadium closure"
- Article 14 also states that additional disciplinary measures can be imposed depending on the situation, while "disciplinary measures may be combined with specific directives aimed at tackling such conduct"
It was a sad end to an impressive night for England, who showed resolve and skill as they scored five goals or more in back-to-back matches for the first time since 1984.