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Wayne Rooney steps into England history in win over Switzerland

England cemented their place at the top of Group E with a 2-0 win over Switzerland that saw Wayne Rooney break the England goal-scoring record.
England captain Wayne Rooney reflects on scoring his record-breaking 50th goal for the Three Lions.
The ESPN FC panel discuss whether England's impressive run of games can continue on the big stage in France for the European Championship.
Wayne Rooney is now England's all-time leading goalscorer after he notched his record 50th goal to give the Three Lions a 2-0 lead over Switzerland in their Euro 2016 qualifier at Wembley.
EUROPEAN QUALIFIER: Harry Kane goal (67') England 1-0 Switzerland

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts from England's 2-0 win over Switzerland in European Championship qualifying at Wembley on Tuesday night.

1. Rooney steps into history

There was a deep breath taken as destiny called. Granit Xhaka's hack on Raheem Sterling had given Wayne Rooney his chance from the penalty spot. The captain stepped up, his nerves holding as he blasted his shot into the net. Although Swiss goalkeeper Yann Sommer had guessed right, his hand could not stop Rooney hitting a half century...

Jozy Altidore's red card hampers an otherwise solid U.S. effort

The ESPN FC crew break down the United States' 1-1 draw with Switzerland, focusing on Jozy Altidore's red card.

ZURICH -- For 80 minutes against Switzerland, it was arguably the most impressive performance the U.S. national team had produced since the World Cup.

Then forward Jozy Altidore was issued a game-changing -- and completely avoidable -- red card for a profanity-filled tirade on referee Luca Banti, forcing his teammates to play the final 22 minutes of the match down a man.

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Once again, and for the eighth time in eight games since Brazil, the Americans conceded a goal after the 80th minute and had...

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Xherdan Shaqiri shining for Swiss but needs to move from Bayern Munich

Xherdan Shaqiri has impressed for his country, but not his club.

Xherdan Shaqiri's impudent back-heel goal for Switzerland in the 4-0 win over Lithuania on Saturday is a timely reminder of the undoubted quality of a player who has been languishing for too long on the fringes at his club Bayern Munich.

Shaqiri is already in his third season in Bavaria with 11 goals in 51 Bundesliga appearances. But sadly for the Swiss midfield star, he remains little more than a bit-part player at the German champions, and the signs are that the situation won't change any time...

 By Kevin Palmer

Three Points: Switzerland vs. England

Danny Welbeck scored twice as England defeated Switzerland 2-0.

Three conclusions on England's 2-0 victory over Switzerland in Basel that got their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign off to a winning start.

1. Welbeck's hits and misses

Danny Welbeck has long been a polarising figure in English football and you only have to chart his progress in recent days to appreciate as much. Welbeck's ability to find the back of the net was questioned during the opening phase of his career with Manchester United and England, and the reaction to his move to Arsenal on transfer...

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Young Boys' player nets wonder own goal

This is what you want from an opening weekend. Switzerland's top flight saw St Gallen draw 2-2 at home to Young Boys, but there was a goal of majestic class, of precise finishing and perfect delivery. Perfect, except for the fact it was scored at the wrong end.

Young Boys' 27-year-old Serbian midfielder Milan Gajic can take a bow, son. Although his effort won't be remembered favourably by his own fans.

Assessment: Target attained

Switzerland have bowed out of the World Cup at the last 16 and ESPNFC blogger Brian Homewood gives his verdict on the brighter points of the campaign, as well as what went wrong.

One sentence, World Cup recap

Switzerland, aiming for the last 16, reached their declared target, cast off their "boring" tag and left a young, talented team that should serve incoming coach Vladimir Petkovic for several years to come.

All team assessments

Group Stage: Australia | Bosnia-Herzegovina | Cameroon | Croatia | Ecuador | England | Ghana | Honduras | Italy | Iran
Ivory Coast Japan | Portugal | Russia | South Korea | Spain
Round of 16: Algeria | Chile | Greece | Mexico
Nigeria | Switzerland | Uruguay | United States
Quarterfinals: Colombia | France | Belgium | Costa Rica
Semifinals: Brazil | Netherlands
Finalists: Argentina
Winners: Germany

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Xherdan Shaqiri. Switzerland have been expecting great things of the stocky...