Tammy Abraham scores first England goal as England beat Montenegro 7-0

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What a way to play their 1000th international game as the Three Lions defeated Montenegro 7-0 at Wembley to seal a place in next year’s Euro 2020 tournament.

England Captain Harry Kane scored a first-half hat-trick and there were also goals from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Marcus Rashford in the first-half as England raced into a five-goal lead in 37 scintillating minutes.

Tammy Abraham came on as a substitute just before the hour mark and it didn’t take long for the next goal as an unfortunate Aleksandar Sofranac own goal made it 6-0 in the second half before substitute Tammy Abraham opened his account in international football, confirming England’s biggest home victory since October 1987.

The win sealed England’s qualification to Euro 2020 as winners of Group A, and it was the youngest squad fielded by an England manager since 1959.

For Tammy Abraham, it’s his first goal in the England shirt.

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1 Comment on "Tammy Abraham scores first England goal as England beat Montenegro 7-0"

  1. Babajide oluyemi | November 14, 2019 at 11:19 pm |

    Congrats bro

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