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England 4-1 Montenegro: Twitter reacts

Sports Mole looks back on the Twitter reaction to England's 4-1 victory over Montenegro at Wembley last night.

England moved a step closer to qualifying for next year's World Cup last night courtesy of a 4-1 victory over Montenegro at Wembley.

As so often when the Three Lions take to the pitch, Twitter went into overdrive, with players past and present offering their opinion.

Below, Sports Mole has picked out some of the comments from the last few hours.

"Brilliant. Well done Roy and the boys. Very good performance all round under a lot of pressure."
Former England striker Michael Owen

"Well played @andros_townsend and well done Roy Hodgson for being bold enough to pick him."
Ex-England frontman Gary Lineker

"Got the result tonight, nice day with the family tmro then do it all again Tuesday night... Still plenty of work to do."
Current England international Michael Carrick

"Obviously delighted to cap my England debut off with a goal! And more importantly to get the 3 points!! Roll on Tuesday!!"
Debutant and goalscorer Andros Townsend

"Well done Roy Hodgson. Big enough to take the stick when things don't go well, deserves a pat on the back for Townsend inclusion."
Former England centre-forward Stan Collymore

"Credit to Roy."
Former England, Norwich City and West Ham United striker Dean Ashton

"Great result yesterday, jobs only half done though! Big game Tuesday against a strong Poland team!"
England and Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere

"Good England win need to do the same again Tuesday. Liked the selection of the front 4 lots of pace/energy and goals. Well done lads."
Former England defender current Manchester United coach Phil Neville

"Good win 4 England."
Former England winger Shaun Wright-Phillips

"Congrats to @andros_townsend for the debut goal ! Buzzing for him."
Townsend's Tottenham Hotspur teammate Harry Kane

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