Jermain Defoe of England scored the goal.
England have scored 10 or more goals in a single match on 5 occasions. They've scored 13 goals in a single match twice, 11 goals once and 10 goals twice.
0, there was no goals scored at all.
The first recorded international cricket match was played in 1876/77 in Melbourne. It was a match between England and Australia. Australia scored 245 in the first innings England scored 196 in the first innings Australia scored 104 in the second innings England scored 108 in the second innings Thus Australia won the match by 45 runs.
It was scored by Geoff hurst in the 1966 final match , where England beat West Germany.
The person who scored the American goal in the world cup match is Clint Dempsey.
Germany won 4-1.
Charles Bannerman of the Australia scored the 'first run' of the first 'Cricket Test Match' against the England's bowler Alfred Shaw.
In his last ODI match, played against England, Rahul Dravid scored 69 runs on 79 balls.
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It was scored by Geoff Hurst , in the 1966 world cup, held in England. It was against West Germany.
The most runs scored in a day was 588 by England and India on day two of their 1936 test (England scored 398/8 and India 190/0)
David Kelly scored the first goal for Ireland. It came after 21 minutes. David Platt scored what would have been England's first goal, but it was disallowed. The match was abandoned shortly after that due to a riot. So David Kelly's goal was the first and only goal of the match.
There is no match between England and Germany in 1998 fifa world cup.
The first double-century in a Test match was scored by Australian Billy Murdoch against England at Oval in 1884.
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Brian Lara, he is a West Indian batsman his highest test match score is 400 not out. He scored this againt England in 2004. Incorrect answer ! should be :- Graeme Gooch ; 333 & 123 England v India lords 1990
Geoff Hurst (England).
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Brian Lara of West Indies scored the highest individual score in a test innings. He scored 400* against England in 2004.