England went against an old time rival Iceland. These two teams have 1 thing in common they both end in land. They clashed in an UEFA Nations League Match that was actually breathtaking after receiving a loss in their last match. England and Iceland is expected to be a cool match.
England however made a crack. They cracked Iceland's defense at the 20 the minute by one cool freekick from Delan Rice. This English Player scored the first goal for them and that was just absolutely outstanding and remarkable.
The fun just began as 4 minutes later Mason mount constructed another awesome goal into the net. That 2nd goal pushed them up to 2 goal lead. Those goals sealed their victory as Iceland could not respond to them.
The goals are in the first and 2nd pictures. Press them for some seconds and then you can watch them.
Phil Foden scored at the 80th minute. The Man City player scored the 3rd goal. He scored again at the 84th minute to bag a brace.
However is goal is not shown here because the amazing duo are Mason Mount and Declan Rice
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