Roon had done enough
Fabio Capello revealed that he told Wayne Rooney to ‘have a good holiday’ when he took him off at half time and denied him a hat trick against Andorra.
For a player who relishes every minute on the pitch you would presume that the Manchester United striker did not relish the decision,
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The 23 year old volleyed his second and 10th England goal of the season six minutes before the break but the Italian coach felt enough was enough and allowed the striker to sign off for the summer a little earlier than expected.
Frank Lampard added a second in between Rooney’s two strikes, while Jermaine Defoe who replaced Rooney scored twice before Peter Crouch rounded off the scoring at 6 0.
Capello was understandably pleased with his team’s performance as they made it seven wins out of seven in qualifying,
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On the brinkThe Three Lions need just one more win from their final three games to qualify for the World Cup finals next summer and Capello believes his side have got better with each game.