England have eased to qualification for the last 16 of the World Cup by beating Wales 3-0 in a confident win in their final group stage game in Qatar.
Two goals from Manchester United's Marcus Rashford and another from Phil Foden saw Gareth Southgate's side overcome a dull first half and blowed away Wales in the second half. The Three Lions will now face Senegal in the last 16 on Sunday.
Following criticism of his stoic tactics against the United States, Southgate has made four changes to his starting XI with Kieran Trippier, Mason Mount, Raheem Sterling and Bukayo Saka all making way for Kyle Walker, Jordan Henderson, Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden respectively.
After 15 minutes it wasn't the most thrilling affair to say the least but it was better than the USA game.
\u201cPedestrian game, England taking initiative but not a lot of creativity so far. Always seems to be the same in tournaments, even with recent successes. The lack of a 10 in central attacking areas to asses, spot and execute a killer pass.\n\n#FIFAWorldCup\u201d
\u201cPhil Foden makes it 2. What a rush! England \ud83c\udff4\udb40\udc67\udb40\udc62\udb40\udc65\udb40\udc6e\udb40\udc67\udb40\udc7f schooling Wales \ud83c\udff4\udb40\udc67\udb40\udc62\udb40\udc77\udb40\udc6c\udb40\udc73\udb40\udc7f.\u201d