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England v Montenegro - Pub Ammo

Footy Quiz (answers at the bottom)

1. From which Serie A club did Montenegro’s all-time top scorer Stevan Jovetic join Man City ahead of their 2013/14 title winning campaign?

2. This European Championship qualifier will be England’s 1,000th competitive fixture. Against which country was their first ever match, back in 1872?

3. Can you name the three England players who have managed a hat-trick at a major tournament?

4. I scored England's first ever goal versus Montengero in 2011. I began my career at Watford and have since made over 100 appearances for Man Utd. Who am I?

5. Of all the England bosses who managed 10 games or more, who has the highest win ratio (28 wins in 42 games) despite drawing the Three Lions’ first two meetings with Montenegro?

Classic Clips

Roo sees red in the Euro 2012 qualifier barring him from England's two Euro 2012 openers.

2003 - Back when Serbia & Montenegro were still pals and Joe Cole banged home a screamer.

Did You Know?

  • The Three Lions have scored 27 goals in eight matches in 2019, an average of 3.4 per game, their highest in a calendar year since 1963 (32 in nine games – 3.6).
  • The reverse fixture back in March was the last time the out of sorts centre half Michael Keane managed a goal. Conversely, he was also nutmegged for the hosts’ opener.
  • The Brave Falcons peaked in 2011 when they reached 19th in the Fifa rankings.
  • In England’s 999 matches, Jordan Henderson holds the record for the most consecutive unbeaten appearances, losing none of this 30 games before the World Cup semi-final versus Croatia.
  • England have won their past 17 home Euro/World Cup qualifiers, scoring 55 goals and conceding just six.
  • Captain Harry Kane has been involved in 10 goals in his past four international appearances (six goals, four assists), scoring a hat-trick in his last appearances at Wembley against Bulgaria. No player has ever scored three goals in consecutive appearances at the national stadium.

Quiz Answers

1. Fiorentina

2. Scotland

3. Sir Geoff Hurst (England, 1966), Gary Lineker (Mexico, 86), Harry Kane (Russia, 18)

4. Ashley Young

5. Fabio Capello