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England 4-0 Bulgaria: Harry Kane scored hat-trick as Three Lions humiliated the visitor

England 4-0 Bulgaria: Harry Kane scored hat-trick as Three Lions humiliated the visitor

Kane's hat-trick helped England easily "crushed" Bulgaria at Wembley at 2020 Euro qualifier.

Final score: England 4-0 Bulgaria

Rated higher than the home advantage, England is not too difficult to control the game. But it took 24 minutes for the home team to take the lead. Originating from the mistake of the Bulgarian defense, Sterling stole the ball in the penalty area before passing the ball to Kane from close range, opening the match.

Until the end of the first half, England was still the team that completely dominated, held the ball a lot and actively attacked to score more goals, but their number of really dangerous opportunities did not come a lot then.

Entering the second half, England soon had a goal to increase the gap. 49 minutes, Marcus Rashford was fouled in the penalty area of ​​Bulgaria. On the 11m mark, Kane easily defeated goalkeeper Iliev, raising the score to 2-0. Just a few minutes later, it was Rashford who passed the ball smoothly for Kane to escape before the Tottenham striker stretched to Raheem Sterling to close the city into empty goal.

With a safe lead, Southgate coach decided to launch young players like Sancho and Mason Mount. In a leisurely game, he still had one more goal in the 73rd minute. Kane was fouled in the penalty area and he was also the one who made the penalty to complete the hat-trick in the match in this match.

Ending 90 minutes at Wembley, England won the final with a score of 4-0, thereby showing absolute dominance in Group A of Euro 2020 qualifying with 9 absolute points after 3 matches. In the next match, the Three Lions will be guests on the field of Kosovo, who are second in the table with 8 points.

England vs Bulgaria starting line-ups:

England: Pickford, Trippier, Keane, Maguire, Rose, Rice, Henderson, Barkley, Rashford, Sterling, Harry Kane.

Bulgaria: Iliev, Bodurov, S. Popov, Bozhikov, Malinov, Nedyalkov, Sarmov, Ivanov, Wanderson, Marcelinho, I. Popov.