England v Australia, 27 May 2016

Score2-1 to England
RefereeDanny Makkelie
CompetitionInternational Friendly
VenueStadium of Light
Attendance46,595
Played at Sunderland FC. Kick-off: 7.45pm.

2  England

Manager: Roy Hodgson

1  Australia

Manager: Ange Postecoglou

Goals:

Marcus Rashford 3 G
Wayne Rooney 55 G

Goals:

Eric Dier own goal 75 OG

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Fraser Forster
Defender Nathaniel Clyne
Defender Chris Smalling (captain)
Defender John Stones
Defender/Midfielder Ryan Bertrand
Midfielder Danny Drinkwater
Midfielder Jordan Henderson
Midfielder Jack Wilshere
Midfielder/Forward Adam Lallana
Midfielder/Forward Raheem Sterling
Forward Marcus Rashford

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mathew Ryan
Defender Josh Risdon
Defender Brad Smith
Defender Bailey Wright
Defender/Midfielder Mile Jedinak (captain)
Defender/Midfielder Mark Milligan
Midfielder Massimo Luongo
Midfielder Tom Rogić
Midfielder/Forward Robbie Kruse
Midfielder/Forward Aaron Mooy
Forward Jamie Maclaren

Substitutions:

James Milner for Jack Wilshere 46
Wayne Rooney for Adam Lallana 46
Ross Barkley for Marcus Rashford 63
Eric Dier for Chris Smalling 73
Andros Townsend for Raheem Sterling 76
Tom Heaton for Fraser Forster 87

Substitutions:

Chris Ikonomidis for Massimo Luongo 58
Matt McKay for Jamie Maclaren 58
Tomi Jurić for Tom Rogić 73
Miloš Degenek for Josh Risdon 74
Craig Goodwin for Robbie Kruse 84
Jackson Irvine for Aaron Mooy 84

Cards:

Cards:

Aaron Mooy 38 Y

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Joe Hart
Goalkeeper Tom Heaton
Defender Kyle Walker
Defender/Midfielder Eric Dier
Defender/Midfielder James Milner
Midfielder Dele Alli
Midfielder Ross Barkley
Midfielder Andros Townsend
Forward Harry Kane
Forward Wayne Rooney

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Mark Birighitti
Goalkeeper Adam Federici
Defender Miloš Degenek
Defender Alex Wilkinson
Defender/Midfielder Aziz Behich
Defender/Midfielder Craig Goodwin
Midfielder Chris Ikonomidis
Midfielder Brad Inman
Midfielder Jackson Irvine
Midfielder Stefan Mauk
Midfielder Matt McKay
Forward Tomi Jurić

Comments:

At 18 years and 208 days, Marcus Rashford became the youngest player to score on his England debut. The previous record holder was Tommy Lawton who was 19 years and 16 days old when he netted on his international bow against Wales on 22 October 1938. Marcus became the tenth youngest-ever player to appear for England and the third youngest scorer after Wayne Rooney (17 years and 317 days) and Michael Owen (18 years and 164 days).