England's captain in goal but did not have a save to make in the first half and was taken off at half-time having not touched the ball.
Provided a good balance to the dynamism of Ince going forward and his positioning was always strong. Hit a driven shot across the goal for the eighth.
Picked ahead of Luke Shaw at left-back but did not get forward as much as the Southampton man tends to do.
Paired to the left of Keane but did nott come deep enough to defend against Bernardi when needed and lost in the air.
The on-loan Birmingham City star was chosen in a role ahead of the in-form Ravel Morrison and was comfortable runing directly through the centre.
His set-piece delivery was noted as key in Southgate's programme notes and he used it to score the fourth, this time direct into the net with a stunning free kick.
Looked lively on the left and plundered a goal for his effort as he bundled the ball into the net after seeing his initial shot blocked.
Tricky wide on the right, starting early on by providing the assist for the opening goal and scoring the fifth after Ings pulled the ball across the goalmouth.
The hotly tipped Derby County midfielder was one of five changes and hit the first attempt on goal just wide of the post. Hit a fine strike from distance to wrap up the scoring.
The Burnley striker was given the nod ahead of Zaha in an attacking role with Saido Berahino suspended. Cushioned in a header for the third and then added the sixth.
The defender scored the opening goal with a header from a corner after a delivery from Ince into the box.
Replaced Butland in goal at half-time but, like the Stoke goalkeeper, he had little to do and did not touch the ball.
Came on for Stones with around half an hour of play remaining.
Replaced Ince just after the hour mark.
The San Marino keeper was not given much help from his defenders, particulary for the second goal, but he was slow across his box for the fifth as he presented an empty net.
Drawn too easily to the ball at times and was often chasing shadows.
Dropped to left-back in place of Bernardi but was given a torrid time against Ince in the first half, who fired crosses in with ease.
His side's goalscorer and hero in their solitary win so far but was given an impossible task trying to break up England's attacking play.
One of three changes from San Marino's last fixture, starting alongside Brolli in defence, but looked cumbersome.
The San Marino captain gave a run-of-the-mill performance as he often tried to slow the game down. Too slow to react to much of the play around him but worked hard.
Given the runaround in midfield alongside Colombini but never stopped working.
Looked out of his depth against Sterling at right-back and constantly required doubling up. Seemed shaken by the night's work and misplaced a number of passes needlessly.
Played wide on the left but often dropped back into defence to provide cover against Ince while also finding himself up front on occassion. His height meant that he was often brushed aside.
Paired up against Sterling on the right in the first half and put in an energetic shift while trying his best to spark moves forward.
Replaced Tosi to lead the line and started the game reasonably well as he challenged competently and won every aerial ball that came his way early on.
Came on for Manzaroli in goal with not long left to play.
Came on in the second half with 20 minutes to play but could nott make an impact with the game already against them.
A second-half substitute with the score at 8-0 but looked weak, throwing himself at a player at one point.
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