Harry Kane scored 80 seconds into his England debut after coming on as a substitute against Lithuania in England’s UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying Group E match at Wembley.
Wayne Rooney opened the scoring as he closed in on Bobby Charlton’s record of England’s all-time top scorer before Danny Welbeck’s deflected header found the back of the net.
Raheem Sterling scored his first England goal in the second half before assisting the in-form Premier League striker Kane with a cross for him to head in.
England will be going into Tuesday’s friendly against Italy top of their Euro 2016 qualification group.
England’s first chance of the game came in the fourth minute as Fabian Delph’s ball over the opposition centre backs was struck by Rooney against the inside of the post across the Lithuanian goal-line.
Rooney nodded in just two minutes later as Welbeck’s shot rebounded off the visitors’ goalkeeper Giedrius Arlauskis.
Another potent header from the England Captain hit the crossbar in the 19th minute following a Welbeck cross.
The rest of England’s first half performance was relatively lacklustre with Phil Jones having to deal with Vytautas Andriuskevičius’ inviting ball into striker Deivydas Matulevicius.
Just before the half time whistle Welbeck’s header from Jordan Henderson’s ball in deflected off Tadas Kijanskas into the net.
This doubled England’s lead and make Welbeck the top scorer in all Euro 2016 qualification groups.
In the 58th minute Welbeck had a penalty shout waved away by referee Pavel Kralovec before Sterling’s shot went in off the post from a Rooney cross.
Rooney came off for Tottenham striker Kane in the 72nd minute who a minute later grabbed England’s fourth goal of the game.
Roy Hodgson may now consider awarding the 21-year-old debutant Kane with his first start in Turin on Tuesday.