Bukayo Saka was the star of the show as England eased past Ukraine 2-0 in their Euro 2024 qualifying Group C clash on Sunday.
Arsenal's youngster was once again England's brightest spark and created a stunning curler to double the lead before halftime, following Harry Kane's 37th-minute goal.
Kane, England's greatest international goalscorer, opened the scoring with his 54th goal after missing a few chances in the first half. Although Ukraine had some moments and enjoyed some pressure after the interval, they were never able to create enough chances to worry England.
Despite a tepid second half, the Three Lions secured a comfortable win that puts them in control of Group C, which also features Malta and North Macedonia. With six points from their opening two games, England looks to be the clear favourites to top the group.
Even though Kane got his name on the scoresheet, it was Saka who was the main instrument to the win. England's new generation looks to have arrived with Saka leading the way. Ukraine, who narrowly missed out on World Cup qualification, will be relieved to have got their toughest fixture out of the way.