England concluded their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a comfortable win over Kosovo in Pristina.
The result sees Gareth Southgate’s side, who had already qualified for next summer’s tournament, finish six points clear of the Czech Republic in Group A.
Kosovo, who had never lost in their home country, were unable to qualify automatically and will take part in March’s play-offs.
In a game lacking intensity, Harry Winks opened the scoring for England, collecting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s pass and driving into the Kosovo penalty area before calmly placing his right-foot finish past home goalkeeper Arijanet Muric.
Harry Kane, who had earlier struck the post, doubled England’s lead with his 32nd international goal, sweeping in Raheem Sterling’s cross from the right from close range.
The Tottenham forward is the top scorer in Euro 2020 qualifying with 12 goals in eight games.
Marcus Rashford added a third for the Three Lions before fellow substitute Mason Mount rounded off the scoring late on.
Prior to kick-off, the home supporters had held up England flags during the national anthems, to provide a visual reminder of the gratitude still felt in the country over the United Kingdom’s involvement in their liberation after the Kosovo War.
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