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Smith-Rowe scores and gets an assist on his first start

It was a night to remember in San Marino for young Gunners as Bukayo Saka, Emile Smith-Rowe and Aaron Ramsdale.

All three started and impressed as England thrashed the side FIFA ranks at the very bottom, with a 10-nil win that in truth, could have been far higher.

Saka and Smith Rowe bagged themselves a goal each, while Ramsdale kept a clean sheet although to be fair, the opposition only managed one shot on target.

That result means England go through to the World Cup finals as group winners, which could bring them a more favourable draw for Qatar 2022.

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