England vs Malta

England dominates Malta in World Cup Qualifier

The England football team completely dominated their recent World Cup Qualifier match against Malta. The match, held in Wembley Stadium in London, saw the English team score two goals in the first half, followed by two more in the second half, while their opponents Malta couldn't even get a single shot on target.

England's attack was led by Harry Kane, who scored two of the team's four goals, and Raheem Sterling, who scored another. The fourth and final goal came from another of England's star players, Marcus Rashford, securing the team's victory. Despite some impressive saves by Malta's goalkeeper, their defence was simply no match for England's consistent and powerful offence.

Impressive performance by England's defence

While England's dominance in attack was definitely a highlight of the match, their defence shouldn't be overlooked. Malta only had a single shot on goal the entire match, and it was saved by England's goalkeeper, Joe Hart. England's defenders, led by captain Gary Cahill, were able to completely shut down Malta's attempts at attack, keeping the game firmly in control.

The match was definitely a confidence-builder for the English team, who are currently at the top of their World Cup Qualifying group. With two wins and a draw so far, they seem to be on track for qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia. However, with tough opponents like Slovakia and Slovenia still to come, the team will need to keep up their impressive performance if they want to secure their place in the tournament.

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