England marched comfortably to their first win in their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a 5-0 win over the Czech Republic. England were in total control from start to finish, however, it wasn’t all great as Eric Dier was forced off after 17 minutes, being replaced by Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley. The Three Lions took the lead seven minutes later through Raheem Sterling after Harry Kane split the Czech defence to find Jadon Sancho, who sent the ball across the top of the six yard box, where Sterling made no mistake as he stretched to meet it. Sterling won England a penalty right before half-time for two poor simultaneous challenges made on him from the Czech defence. The referee took his time to make his decision, but he finally ended up making the correct call, pointing to the spot. Harry Kane stepped up and converted the spot kick from 12 yards out by firing it in past the goalkeeper, who guessed correctly to his right, but was overpowered after getting a glove to it. At half-time it was England with a 2-0 lead. Sterling added two more to complete his hat-trick in the second half, while Tomas Kalas put the final nail in the coffin, steering an unfortunate own goal past his goalkeeper late into the game as England cruised to a 5-0 final score. England will return to action on Tuesday away in Montenegro as they look to continue to roll through Group A. Here are how we rated the players: