England beat the USA at Wembley 3-0 on Thursday, in a game which saw Callum Wilson score on his senior debut.
The game, a fundraiser for Wayne Rooney’s charitable foundation, saw the England record goalscorer earn his 120th cap courtesy of a second-half cameo appearance.
England boss Gareth Southgate handed debuts to Brighton defender Lewis Dunk and Bournemouth striker Wilson, with Borussia Dortmund wunderkind Jadon Sancho earning a maiden start.
The visitors started well, with Sancho’s Dortmund team-mate Christian Pulisic impressing over the 90 minutes.
However, it was the hosts who would open the scoring on 25 minutes.
Jesse Lingard, who has struggled for game time with Manchester United this season, got the goal, via a superb curling effort.
Just 104 seconds later, England went 2-0 up, with Liverpool youngster Trent Alexander-Arnold netting his first senior international goal via a low-strike across the goal.
Just before the hour-mark, Rooney replace Jesse Lingard, with the DC United start taking the captain’s armband.
On 77 minutes, Wilson would mark his debut with a goal, with the attacker finding the back of the net with a decent near-post finish.
The goal also saw Wilson become the first Bournemouth player to ever score for the Three Lions.
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The game would end in a comfortable 3-0 win for England on a fine night for Rooney, who almost got on the scoresheet himself, only to be thwarted by Brad Guzan in the USA goal.
England now look ahead to Sunday’s Uefa Nations League clash with Croatia at Wembley, with the top-spot in Group D up for grabs.