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Rooney encourage victory

Sunday, October 14, 2012 | 1:07 PM


Wayne Rooney has proven himself with his efforts prompted England's 5-0 victory over San Marino at Wembley.

Football News: Wayne Rooney, Aaron Lennon, England

Rooney has scored two goals in front of 84.654 supporters and his record now is 31 goals, one more goal from Alan Shearer, Nat Lofthouse and Tom Finney.

Manchester United team-mate Danny Welbeck has also received two goals while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain became the fourth youngest goalscorer in the history of football England.

The result means England now have three points clear at the top of Group H and in good shape to face Poland on Tuesday, although Theo Walcott had to be replaced due to injury.

The visitors are lucky in the opening match when Aldo Simoncini fouled Theo Walcott to cause he had to be replaced by Aaron Lennon, but the goalkeeper was not sent off.

England launched attack after attack, but their movement is still not able to create an opportunity to bring down Welbeck in the box Simoncini.

Rooney opened with a penalty kick with confidence and the team now looks more relaxed.
Three minutes later, Welbeck kick in. Lennon pass for the second goal and the results remained 2-0 until half-time.

The second half started with more upbeat after debut Jonjo Shelvey for his country. Rooney then got his second goal with shots strong revenue from outside the box and now just need to beat the record four more players before the striker may be cited as the 'best striker England'.

Welbeck threatened again with his second goal of sending Cleverly by decision 4-0 now.
Oxlade-Chamberlain also scored the team's final 14 minutes before the final whistle and it means that the player's 19-year-old is the youngest England goalscorer behind Tommy Lawton, Michael Owen and Rooney.
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