England travelled to Lithuania on Monday looking to become only the sixth side in history to qualify for the European Championships with a 100 percent record.
Playing on an artificial surface in Vilnius, it took 29 minutes before Everton midfielder Ross Barkley broke the deadlock with a fine 25-yard strike that took a wicked deflection en route to goal.
Shortly after, it was two, Harry Kane's fierce shot hitting the post and rebounding into the net off the unfortunate Lithuanian goalkeeper.
Here is a look at that Harry Kane goal! https://t.co/PaYOpJ2O9V— PL Football (@PLFootballTips) October 12, 2015
England made it three a little after the hour mark, Kyle Walker sliding in Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who finished with aplomb.
Gol de Oxlade Chamberlain. pic.twitter.com/uH82wrcfoT— English League BR (@EnglishLeagueBR) October 12, 2015
And that's how it finished, England safely negotiating the closing stages to make it 10 wins from 10.