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Owen’s against Argentina? John Barnes in Brazil? Gazza sinking Scotland? Our favourite ever England goals

One England player could make history in the friendly with Sweden tonight by scoring the national side’s 2000th goal. William Kenyon-Slaney scored the very first in a 4-2 victory over Scotland at the Kennington Oval on March 8, 1973, Jimmy Greaves bagged the 1,000th against Wales at Wembley on November 23, 1960, and Frank Lampard got the 1,999th in Saturday’s win against Spain. From World Cup-winning strikes to stunning solo strikes, the past 128 years have seen the Three Lions rack up many m…

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A news article on 2011-11-15 12:52:40 from: The Mirror

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