England 2-0 Malta (2018 WCQ) Tunnel Cam f/ Rooney, Sturridge, Alli | Inside Access

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FATV gained exclusive access inside the tunnel of Wembley Stadium as England were able to overcome visitors Malta 2-0 thanks to first half goals from Daniel Sturridge and Dele Alli as England made it 2 wins out of 2 in Group F of their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign.

England (4-3-3): 1 Joe Hart; 2 Kyle Walker, 5 Gary Cahill, 6 John Stones, 3 Ryan Bertrand; 4 Jordan Henderson, 8 Dele Alli, 10 Wayne Rooney (C); 7 Theo Walcott, 9 Daniel Sturridge, 11 Jesse Lingard.

Substitutes: 14 Danny Rose for Bertrand 19, 20 Marcus Rashford for Walcott 68, 19 Jamie Vardy for Sturridge 74.

Substitutes not used: 12 Chris Smalling, 13 Fraser Forster, 15 Eric Dier, 16 Michael Keane, 17 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 18 Michail Antonio, 21 Andros Townsend, 22 Tom Heaton.

Goals: Sturridge 29, Dele 38.

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