Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain grabbed an assist for England against San Marino and helped Wayne Rooney break Bobby Charlton’s record for the most goals scored for the England team ever while Theo Walcott scored a brace.
Oxlade-Chamberlain chipped a perfectly weighted pass back from the byline for the Manchester United man to slot into the net for the third England goal.
Theo Walcott only came on in the 67th minute but within a minute he’d already scored neatly and went on to double his tally in the 78th minute with England’s 6th.
Spurs’ Harry Kane also put an end to his goal drought by scoring the team’s 5th of the evening.
The win allows England to qualify for the Euros before any other team with three matches to spare.
Watch the Ox proving his worth below.
Ox’s assist for Barkley for England https://t.co/5e3Y6tpOEl
— Bellerin fan (@BellerinFC) September 5, 2015