Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain opened the scoring as England won 3-1 against close rivals Scotland at Celtic Park on Tuesday night.
The talk of the night was however Jack Wilshere’s pass for Chambo’s goal. Wilshere picked out his Arsenal teammate who was making the run into the box with a long Pirlo-esque ball that Chamberlain easily headed home.
Scottish keeper David Marshall was left flatfoot and couldn’t do much about the header, perhaps still mesmerized by Wilshere’s assist.
Here is the vine for the goal:
Sublime pass from Wilshere to The Ox for England's first goal last night https://t.co/21CuUt5Ste
— FansAllStar Football (@FASfootball) November 19, 2014
Chamberlain’s goal in the 32nd minute was the beginning of a remarkable night for Roy Hodgson’s side as Wayne Rooney scored 15 minutes later to make it 2-0 for the visitors.
Andy Robertson pulled one back for the Scots but that only made things worse as England skipper Wayne Rooney scored his second of the night in with five minutes left on the clock.
Chamberlain, Wilshere, Walcott, Chambers and Welbeck all return from international duty without any reported injuries. This comes as a boost to Arsene Wenger as The Gunners will be hosting Manchester United this weekend in the Premier League.