Englands youthful side clinched a comfortable 4-0 victory against ten-man Iceland during their final international fixture of 2020.
Phil Foden, who was publicly shamed for his indiscretions in Iceland back in September, scored two and made one on a fine night for the midfielder.
Phil Foden scored two and made one for England against 10-man Iceland
The Manchester City midfielder was part of a vibrant engine room assembled by Gareth Southgate in the wake of criticisms about their stoic play.
Defeat in Belgium will have stung the young Three Lions, but first half goals at Wembley from friends Declan Rice and Mason Mount settled any lingering nerves in north London.
Although the fixture mattered little, the performances from Foden, Rice and Jack Grealish will undoubtedly please the watching Southgate, who has the unenviable task of picking a squad capable of winning the European Championships next summer.
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