By Chris Wright
The game in a nutshell: England were comfortable, Bulgaria were pretty bloody woeful, Gary Cahill scored his first international goal, Wayne Rooney bagged the other two, Walcott/Downing/Young behind Rooney worked well in parts, the formation suited the style, the second-half was a bit pap and even Gareth Barry looked half-way close to ‘alright’.
The only blot? There were f**king monkey chants in the stands – which thankfully failed to register with any of their intended targets and have since been reported to FIFA.
Still, with two games left (Wales next Tuesday, Montenegro in October), England now top Group G by a clear three points. What could possibly go wrong?