Wayne Rooney scored his 50th international goal in the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifier against Switzerland at London's Wembley Stadium on Tuesday, 8 September, to become England's all-time leading goal scorer.
The 29-year-old Manchester United striker surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton's 45-year-old record of 49 goals with a penalty strike in the 84th minute, and was given a standing ovation by the fans.
England won the game 2-0 after Harry Kane had given the Three Lions a lead in the 67th minute after coming on as a substitute.
Reflecting on his milestone, Rooney said that it was a great feeling and a dream come true, adding that he was extremely proud of setting a new England record.
With the win, England stay on course to top Group E with a perfect record ahead of October's final two qualifiers against Estonia and Lithuania.