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Summary

  1. England complete 100% qualifying record
  2. Barkley scores deflected long-range drive
  3. Kane shot hits post, then keeper and goes in
  4. Oxlade-Chamberlain smashes in third
  5. Lithuania coach resigns after match

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By Tom Rostance

All times stated are UK

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I will eat my keyboard if Roy Hodgson doesn't pick a fit Wayne Rooney at Euro 2016, but there you go.

While you think about that I'm off - Wales wrap up the final night of Euro 2016 qualifiers tomorrow, see you there. 

Rooney in or out?

Five journalists have named their preferred starting XIs for the Euros next summer - and not everyone has found a place for captain Wayne Rooney.

Is he in or out? 

Have a read here and see what you think...

'Work to do'

BBC Radio 5 Live

Roy Hodgson
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Even more from Roy Hodgson on BBC Radio 5 live: "We know that we've got work to do still. Some players coming back from injury will mean we'll have a lot of competition for places, and hopefully also we'll learn from the matches we'll play now against Spain and France next, and then Germany and Holland, because those are teams who have shown they can do well in finals competitions.

"They are more likely to show up any defects in our game than we were able to see tonight."

Who's who?

The qualification process is almost over and the make-up of next summer's Euro 2016 is starting to take shape.

There will be 24 teams competing in the finals. France were assured of a place as hosts, and a further 19 countries qualify automatically - 18 by finishing either first or second in their group and one more as the highest third-placed finisher.

There will also be four play-off ties to determine the final four teams competing in France.

Eighteen teams are there and we have profiled the lot.

Your England XI

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Flobalob: Put Walcott up front and the Ox on the right - pace, pace, pace. Would also swap Carrick for Lallana in central attacking midfield... and Baines is so 2010

Abdul Wahab: I would go with 4-2-3-1 with Carrick and Ross Barkley in midfield, Rooney in the 10 position and Kane up front replacing Wilshere.

David Corbett: Hart, Bertrand, Clyne, Cahill, Stones, Henderson, Barkley, Rooney, Sturridge, Kane, Walcott. Rooney should drop into central midfield.

'No games are easy'

Lithuania 0-3 England

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Phil Jagielka v Lithuania
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England captain Phil Jagielka on 5 live Sport: "It was a fantastic honour tonight, and the icing on the cake was the performance. Three great goals by three great, promising young talents. Nice too for the fans who had come over, and nice to win as captain. 

"No games are easy, especially in international football. We got momentum early in the qualifying campaign and just kept it going and going. 

"Fair play to the coaching staff and the management, and the boys saw through the job to the last day today."

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More from England boss Roy Hodgson: "I can't fault anyone tonight - a good performance, dominant, and a nice way to end the qualifying campaign. 

"We will use the upcoming friendlies to learn, to see where we are. If we concentrate and play properly we can do well. It would have been a surprise if we had not qualified. But the upcoming friendlies are better, stronger opposition sides. We'll see how we deal with that."

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On the plane?

'A nice way to end the qualifying campaign'

Lithuania 0-3 England

England manager Roy Hodgson: "This is an achievement. I am very proud of the players' performances. I thought it was excellent, in the first half especially. There was a lot of hard work put in, the quality of play was good and 10 wins out of 10 is very satisfying - we've got to take a lot of pride in that. 

"We have used a lot of players in the qualifiers due to injury, so everyone who was part of this troupe has contributed. The players who represented us tonight did a terrific job and they have got to feel they have strengthened their chances if being considered for France." 

England manager Roy Hodgson
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England win 10 out of 10

Good drama. Lithuania coach Igoris Pankratjevas walks in and resigns. Assuming Roy Hodgson won't follow his example.

If Phil was in charge

England win 10 out of 10

Here's the starting XI our chief football writer Phil McNulty would select for the opening game of the Euros.

What do you reckon? Agree? Disagree? Let us know.

Phil's XI
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England win 10 out of 10

England allowed their opponents just 12 shots on target in their 10 qualifiers – at least 10 shots fewer than any other side in the Euro 2016 qualification process.

England win 10 out of 10

Jordan Henderson, Danny Welbeck, Daniel Sturridge, James Milner, Wayne Rooney, Luke Shaw, Gary Cahill, John Stones, Joe Hart, Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott - just some of the players not available tonight.

What is Roy Hodgson's best XI?

Lithunia 0 England 3. 10 from 10 for England in qualifying. Say what you like about opposition in the group but you can't argue with that.

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Mark Wilkins: England have qualified with a 100% record, over 10 games. Some of the teams maybe weren't the best, but they still did the job!

Sam: 100%, albeit in a unbelievably easy group with teams we should be beating easily. This young team yet to be tested, really.

Hector Payne: 10 wins out of 10 for England is a fantastic achievement, regardless of the opposition!

England win 10 out of 10

England captain Phil Jagielka: "The gameplan from day one was to win all 10 games and we have done it. We have good youth coming through and hopefully if we can nurture it we could have something special. We have chose some really tough friendlies. It will be hard games but we will try to prove ourselves."

England midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain: "The pitch was difficult and it skidded through, it made it hard to run in behind but we did what we needed to do.

"We are very excited about going to France, we have belief in this squad."

England win 10 out of 10

It is just over 15 months since England;s World Cup ended with a defeat to Uruguay.

What has Roy Hodgson gained from the 10 qualifiers his side have won, to move the team on from that defeat?

Glen Johnson is no longer playing at right-back. Anything else?

The team that night: Hart: Johnson, Cahill, Jagielka, Baines; Henderson, Gerrard; Sterling, Rooney, Welbeck; Sturridge

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'A real opportunity for an emerging squad'

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Danny Mills

BBC Radio 5 live in Vilnius

"England have done the job, simple as that. A perfect 10 - I'm sure that will be tomorrow's headlines.

"But now England have to look forward to next summer - how good can they be at a tournament? 

"There is now a good mix of young players and some experience too. This is a real opportunity for an emerging squad to do something decent in France."

FULL-TIME

Lithuania 0-3 England

That's it. England end their group with 10 wins from 10, 30 points. You can't do better than that.

'It's all about next summer now'

Lithuania 0-3 England

Danny Mills

BBC Radio 5 live in Vilnius

"It's all about next summer now. There are some testing friendlies before then, and I really hope they are testing. Then we'll get a much better sense of where this England team are."

'A comfortable victory on a difficult surface'

Lithuania 0-3 England

Danny Mills

BBC Radio 5 live in Vilnius

Lithuania pitch
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"It's been a comfortable victory on a difficult surface. The ball has bobbled a little bit, and any pass a couple of feet wide is very difficult to control and I think England found it hard early on. But the pitch was only a leveller early on - England's technical ability has seen them through."

Lithuania 0-3 England

Where will Andros Townsend be playing next season? Can't see him staying at Tottenham. Got Sunderland (loan) written all over him in January. He wins a free-kick which comes to nothing. 

Lithuania 0-3 England

Dele Alli keeps the ball alive after a cross hits the corner flag. Andros Townsend then crosses for Jamie Vardy to head over. England's third and fourth-choicers going through the motions. 

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Andros Townsend v Lithuania
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Gareth Murray: Andros Townsend. Why?

Francis Edwards: Same every year, getting positives out of playing against pub teams. England are OK in friendlies and then crumbling when it matters.

Karen Lynch: What is wrong with everyone? England can only play who they've been drawn against. Stop moaning and get behind them!

Lithuania 0-3 England

Into the last 10 minutes in Vilnius and England on track to make it 10 out of 10. The draw for the finals is on 12 December. Then the fun really can begin. 

Roy Hodgson checks his watch
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'Would Ings, still at Burnley, play for England?'

Lithuania 0-3 England

Danny Mills

BBC Radio 5 live in Lithuania

Danny Ings
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"Danny Ings is on the pitch. Would he have received an England call-up if he was still playing for Burnley?"

YELLOW CARD

Lithuania 0-3 England

Jonjo Shelvey is booked for charging down a free-kick, and from the re-take Jamie Vardy follows suit! Two bookings. 

Just let him shoot lads...

Jamie Vardy is booked for England
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'Should Ross Barkley always start?'

Lithuania 0-3 England

Danny Mills

BBC Radio 5 live in Lithuania

"How far can England go in France? And what would be satisfactory at the Euros? Should Ross Barkley always start? Contact us for the 5 live Football Social - call us on 0500 909 693 or text us on 85058 (UK only)."

Danny doing all his own plugging there. He missed social media, though.

Lithuania 0-3 England

The regularity of England winning football matches is becoming tedious. We're the new Germany.

If only!

SUBSTITUTION

Lithuania 0-3 England

Final change, and a three-out-of three on my little sweepstake as Andros Townsend replaces Ross Barkley. It's almost like we've seen this game before...

Andros Townsend
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Lithuania 0-3 England

Good hit Danny Ings! Low and hard, really nice trajectory on the ball but that man Giedrius Arlauskis makes a cracking save again, and a defender does well to sweep it up.

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Dele Alli about to come on - good to see him get longer than that "blink and you'll miss it" debut at Wembley on Friday.

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Agree Nexus - these games are pointless for teams like England though aren't they? Would the young players not learn more from another week with their clubs?

Maybe it's just me. 

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Lucas: In just 10 years we have gone from Neville and Owen to Kyle Walker and Danny Ings. How depressing is that?

Nexus: All too easy tonight. The friendly against France will give us a real yardstick for where we are. 

Dave Payn: England - win, lose or draw the reaction's the same; fans and ex-players whinge. Truly laughable.

SUBSTITUTION

Lithuania 0-3 England

Dele Alli is now on for a rather longer run-out for England, he replaces Adam Lallana, who did OK. I fear he may lack a bit of volume for Jurgen Klopp's 'heavy-metal' football at Liverpool. We shall see, 

Dele Ali
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'Very, very comfortable for England'

Lithuania 0-3 England

Danny Mills

BBC Radio 5 live in Lithuania

"Sheer power beat the goalkeeper there. The keeper gambled and went down a fraction early, but it was a great move and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain thrashed it home. Very, very comfortable for England."

'England can score as many as they want'

Lithuania 0-3 England

Chris Waddle

BBC Radio 5 live

"That was a good strike from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. England can score as many as they want, but they are not clinical enough in the final third and some of their decisions are poor. 

"But Lithuania are the worst team I have seen in this group and if England step it up they can score many more."

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
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