England fans are desperate for some success at the Three Lions especially with the talents coming through in and around the team. They have every right to expect big things from the team with quality young players like Manchester City star Phil Foden, Aston Villa skipper Jack Grealish, Borussia Dortmund player Jude Bellingham and many more.


The Three Lions have not won a major trophy in 55 years, since the 1966 FIFA World Cup on home soil. The fans are expectant ahead of the upcoming 2020 European Championships andWorld Cup 2022 tournaments with the hope that the team can end the drought in either of the two tournaments at least.

England have already qualified for the European Championships this summer where they would face the likes of Croatia, Scotland and the Czech Republic in the group stage, while they still have to qualify for the World Cup 2022 tournament in Qatar. They have started the qualifiers with an impressive return of nine points from their first three games.

The Three Lions began their World Cup 2022 qualifying campaign with the 5-0 thumping of lowly San Marino at home. Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin scored twice either side of the half-time break as he continued his good goalscoring form for his country. Calvert-Lewin has four goals in seven appearances for the Three Lions.

Southampton midfielder James Ward-Prowse and Manchester City attacker Raheem Sterling also scored for England against San Marino in the first half, while Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins came off the bench to score on his debut for the Three Lions and also wrap up the emphatic win for his country.

Harry Kane and Mason Mount then scored either side of the interval to give England a 2-0 away win in their second game, while Manchester United centre back Harry Maguire scored in the final five minutes to hand England a 2-1 home win over Poland to ensure that the Three Lions maintained their winning run in the qualifiers.

Team captain Harry Kane scored from the penalty spot on 19 minutes against Poland for the opener before Jakub Moderequalised for the visitors just before the hour mark. England had the last laugh with the goal from Maguire. With the win over Poland, England were able to open a two-point lead at the top of Group I of the qualifiers in the UEFA section.