Three quick thoughts from England's 3-2 win over Slovenia in qualifying for next summer's European championship in France.
1. Rooney, Wilshere to the rescue
It had looked a night when Jack Wilshere assumed national hero status, but then came a Slovenia equaliser and a reminder that England remain vulnerable defensively, before Wayne Rooney took himself to the brink of history.
England's captain has now scored 48 goals for his country, level with Gary Lineker, and he did so on a night when he...
Wayne Rooney edged one goal closer to Sir Bobby Charlton's record as England snatched a thrilling win in Slovenia to end the season unbeaten for the first time in 24 years.
England looked set to lose their first qualifying game since 2009 when Milivoje Novakovic put Slovenia ahead, but Jack Wilshere scored two fine goals to put the visitors in front.
Substitute Nejc Pecnik thought he had grabbed a historic equaliser with six minutes to go, but less than two minutes later, Rooney capitalised on a...