England sealed their qualification for Euro 2020 with a 7-0 thrashing of Montenegro at Wembley.
The three Lions also achieved the feat of playing their 1,000 international match as Harry Kane made the match more eventful by scoring a Hat-trick.
Despite the memories of the Raheem Sterling-Joe Gomez saga, Tammy Abraham’s first Three Lions strike crowned the night for Gareth Southgate’s side.
Gareth Southgate handed Oxlade-Chamberlain a first England start since March 2018, alongside Harry Winks and Mason Mount in midfield, while Trent Alexander-Arnold and Ben Chilwell got the nod at full-back, with John Stones restored to the heart of the defence.
It soon became apparent that both Chilwell and Alexander Arnold would be spending most of their evenings inside the Montenegro half, as they combined to set up the opener on 11 minutes.
The Liverpool right-back switched the play with a cracking cross-field pass, before Chilwell drove inside and clipped a beauty to the feet of Oxlade-Chamberlain, who lashed home.
Source: Evening Standard