Marcus Rashford’s second half brace secured England’s clash against Senegal in knockout phase.
England has advanced to the World Cup’s last 16 with a dominant 3-0 victory over Wales, sending their neighbours out of the tournament in the process.
Marcus Rashford’s second-half brace at the Ahmad bin Ali Stadium on Tuesday evening guaranteed Gareth Southgate’s side will face Senegal in the knockout phase on Sunday.
Rashford’s goals came either side of a Phil Foden tap-in engineered by England captain Harry Kane, who is still yet to score in Qatar but now leads the tournament’s assists chart on three.
Meanwhile, the USA beat Iran 1-0 in Tuesday’s other Group A fixture to secure second place and set up a last 16 clash with the Netherlands on Saturday.
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