Marcus Rashford scored twice, as England topped the group and ended Wales’ hopes in today's World Cup match.


  England have qualified for the last 16 of the Qatar World Cup after blowing Wales away  3-0 with a sensational second-half performance. Gareth Southgate’s side dominated the opening 45 minutes, but Marcus Rashford and Phil Foden made the difference with a quickfire double immediately after half-time.


  25-year-old Rashford reflected on the match and said, “It’s obviously a great feeling, to be honest we were a little bit disappointed as a team after the last game against USA.” He added, “Moments like this, this is what I play football for. I’m really happy today, I’m happy we’re going forward to the next round.”


  The win moved England to seven points and set up a clash against Senegal in the next round, while Wales finished bottom with one point: their first World Cup in 64 years ended without a victory and only one goal scored in three games.


  Looking further ahead down England's potential route through the tournament shows a possible tie with defending champions France in the quarter-finals. If England beat Senegal, they would likely face the French in the quarter-finals on Saturday, December 10, providing the 2018 World Cup winners topped their group and one of Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Mexico or Poland in the last-16.