SKOR.id Here are five match facts after the England vs Italy match in Group C of the Euro 2024 qualifiers (European Cup Qualifiers 2024).

The Euro 2024 qualifying group C match between England and Italy was held on Wednesday (18/10/2023) morning at Wembley Stadium.

Gareth Southgate's side beat Italy 3-1 thanks to goals from Harry Kane (32'-pen, 77') and Marcus Rashford (32'), only to be answered once by Gianluca Scamcca (15').

This win over Italy confirmed England's place in the Euro 2024 finals after their points were confirmed safe.

In the Euro 2024 qualifiers, Group C is the leader of the England national team and is filled by the Italian national team, the Ukrainian national team, the North Macedonian national team and the Maltese national team.

After beating Italy, the Three Lions have collected 16 points and tied one in six games to lead Group Three.

Harry Kane clashed with Domenico Berardi during England's Euro 2024 qualifier Group C win over Italy.  (M. Yusuf/Score.Ed).
Group C of Euro 2024 qualifiers pits England against Italy.

In the Euro 2024 group standings, Ukraine is in second place with 13 points, four wins, one draw and two losses.

Italy is in third place with 10 points. He competed only 6 times with three wins, one draw and two losses.

Qualified England still have matches to play against Malta and North Macedonia, both of whom are bottom of Group Three, and the results do not matter.

After England's match against Italy, many surprising facts were revealed, one of which was the achievements of Harry Kane, who scored two goals in this match.

Here are 5 interesting facts about the England vs Italy match

1. England beat Italy at home for the first time since November 1977, and build on their Euro 2024 qualifier win in Naples last March.

2. Harry Kane has now scored a total of 61 goals for England, having been involved in 32 goals in the last 30 games for the Three Lions (26 goals and 6 assists), always including a goal or assist. Last 10 matches.

3. Before playing Italy, England had lost just once in 62 qualifying matches (either at the World Cup or the Euros) in 35 home games (W31 D4) since losing to Croatia in 2007.

4. Harry Kane scored 24 of his 61 goals for England at Wembley, surpassing Bobby Charlton's record of 23 goals at the oldest stadium.

5. Jude Bellingham scored 16 goals in 13 matches this season for Real Madrid (10 goals, 3 assists in 10 matches) and England (1 goal, 2 assists in 3 matches).