England’s demolition of the Czech Republic at Wembley was an assured performance for such a young team, with teenager Jadon Sancho getting his first international start and Callum Hudson-Odoi and Declan Rice both making their England debuts.
But the star of the evening was undoubtedly Raheem Sterling, who has in the past received criticism for his goalscoring record for his country. Not so on Friday night, as he tucked away a cool hat-trick in the 5-0 mauling.
In total, 58 men have scored hat-tricks for England – going all the way back to Howard Vaughton against Ireland in 1872.
We’re not asking you to get all of them – we just want you to name the scorer of every hat-trick in the last 39 years.
Since 1980, 18 hat-tricks have been scored for the Three Lions (although a couple of players have done it more than once). We’re giving you a generous five minutes to name them all.
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