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England's Goalscoring Substitutes

Last update includes no. 1028 against San Marino on 15 November 2021

 

Top England Substitute Scorers

 
Jermain Defoe 7
Peter Crouch 5
Michael Owen, Joe Cole, Harry Kane 4
Robbie Fowler, Shaun Wright-Phillips, Darius Vassell, Jamie Vardy 3

 

Matches involving Substitute Scorers

 
P 84 W 64  D 14  L F 241  A 65 Pts % 84.5

The One Hundred Goals Scored by England Substitutes

Walter Winterbottom: 383 goals, 5 substitute goals (1.3%)

1 1949-50

18 May 1950, 4-1 vs. Belgium, Stade du Centenaire, Bruxelles
27 year-old Jimmy Mullen made English history by becoming England's first ever substitute, replacing the injured Jackie Milburn in the tenth minute. Sixteen seconds into the second half, he made history by becoming England's first ever scoring substitute when his six yard shot beat Henri Meert for the equaliser. It was Mullen's fourth appearance and his second goal.


2 & 3 1955-56

20 May 1956, 5-1 vs. Finland, Olympiastadion, Helsinki
Thirty year-old
Nat Lofthouse (2) made more history by becoming the first substitute to score twice in a match, extending his tally as the top scorer (29) on his 31st appearance. He is the third substitute to be used since the first six years ago, he replaced the injured Tommy Taylor just before half-time. It was not until the 77th minute that Lofthouse scored, first with a header, and five minutes later, with another fortunate header, against the substitute Finnish keeper, Aare Klinga.


4 & 5 1956-57

28 November 1956, 3-0 vs. Yugoslavia, Empire Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old Tommy Taylor (2) replaced the injured Johnny Haynes in the 35th minute to become the second player to score two goals after coming on as a substitute. His goals, in the 65th and 89th minutes, were the fifth and sixth for his country, on his twelfth outing.


Alf Ramsey: 224 goals, 2 substitute goals (0.9%)

6 1963-64

27 May 1964, 10-0 vs. USA, Downing Stadium, Randalls Island
26 year-old Bobby Charlton scores his one and only goal as a substitute, the eighth in a ten-goal rout. His 33rd goal came in the 67th minute of his 53rd appearance, after he replaced the injured George Eastham in the 33rd minute.


7 1969-70

24 May 1970, 2-0 vs. Ecuador, Estadio Olímpico Atahualpa, Quito
20 year-old Brian Kidd replaced Franny Lee in the seventieth minute to make his second appearance and scored his only England goal five minutes later. The quickest substitute goal so far by the youngest scoring substitute so far by the least experienced scoring substitute so far. Kidd never wore an England shirt again.


Don Revie: 49 goals, one substitute goal (2%)

8 1975-76

24 March 1976, 2-1 vs. Wales, Racecourse Ground, Wrexham
23 year-old debutant
Peter Taylor replaced Mick Channon at half-time to become the sixth/seventh debutant in this match. It took him until ten minutes from time to score England's second of the day.


Ron Greenwood: 93 goals, four substitute goals (4.3%)

9 & 10 1977-78

13 May 1978, 3-1 vs. Wales, Ninian Park, Cardiff
28 year-old Tony Currie replaced his clubmate Trevor Cherry after sixteen minutes to make his ninth appearance. Currie, wearing the number six shirt, scored his second England career goal after 81 minutes, putting his team 2-1 up.
24 May 1978, 4-1 vs. Hungary, Wembley Stadium, London
Wembley witnessed just its second goal by a substitute when
Tony Currie replaced Trevor Brooking after 73 minutes and scored England's fourth goal three minutes later, to become the quickest goal so far by a substitute, and the first time a player has scored two goals as a substitute in two separate matches.


11 1980-81

30 May 1981, 1-2 vs. Switzerland, Sankt Jakob Stadium, Basel
29 year-old Terry McDermott replaced Trevor Francis at half-time and scored England's only goal ten minutes later. The first time a goal from a substitute fully accounted for England's final tally. McDermott's third England goal on his eighteenth appearance was England's first goal in five matches.


12 1981-82

2 June 1982, 1-1 vs. Iceland, Laugardalsvöllur, Reykjavķk
23 year-old debutant
Paul Goddard became the second player to score on his debut as a substitute. He replaced the injured Cyrille Regis in the fortieth minute, and scored the equalizing goal after 69 minutes. It is the second time the only goal of the game is scored by a substitute. Goddard never wore an England shirt again.


Bobby Robson: 154 goals, eight substitute goals (5.2%)

13-15 1982-83

13 October 1982, 1-2 vs. West Germany, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old Tony Woodcock became the latest substitute to enter the match so far, 80 minutes, and to then score a goal. His consolation, his eighth goal, was scored five minutes after replacing David Armstrong in his 25th appearance. The third goal by a substitute at Wembley, and the third time the goal accounted for England's tally.
15 December 1982, 9-0 vs. Luxembourg, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
21 year-old debutant
Mark Chamberlain became the first BME substitute to score, and the third to score on his debut. He replaced Steve Coppell in the 65th minute and scored England's sixth goal seven minutes later.
Then the 25 year-old
Glenn Hoddle, making his fourteenth appearance, became the second substitute to score when he scored the eighth goal of the match. The first time two different substitutes have scored in the same match. It is the first time three goals have been scored by substitutes in a single season. Hoddle had replaced Gary Mabbutt in the 74th minute, and scored his goal thirteen minutes later. The fifth at Wembley by England.


16 1984-85

16 June 1985, 5-0 vs. USA, LA Memorial Coliseum, Los Angeles
The final goal of the game is the final goal of the season, scored by 21 year-old Trevor Steven, making his sixth appearance and scoring his second England goal after 81 minutes, after he had replaced Glenn Hoddle in the 63rd minute.


17 & 18 1988-89

26 April 1989, 5-0 vs. Albania, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
21 year-old Paul Gascoigne, making his third appearance,
scored the final goal of the day two minutes from the end. He had been a 66th minute replacement for David Rocastle, and he became the second capped player to score his first England goal as a substitute.
27 May 1989, 2-0 vs. Scotland, Hampden Park,
Glasgow
24 year-old debutant Steve Bull was
a 31st minute replacement for the injured John Fashanu. He became the fourth debutant to score when he added a second goal ten minutes from the end.


19 1989-90

2 June 1990, 1-1 vs. Tunisia, Stade Olympique El Menzah, Tunis
25 year-old Steve Bull, making his seventh appearance, becomes only the second player to score as a substitute in two matches (the first since 1978). He was an 80th minute substitute for Gary Lineker, scoring the only goal, the equaliser, in the last minute, his fourth England goal. The fourth time a substitute's goal has accounted for England's tally.

20 1990 World Cup Finals

26 June 1990, 1-0 vs. Belgium, Stadio Renato Dall' Ara, Bologna
24 year-old
David Platt replaced Steve McMahon in the 71st minute and then scored a last minute goal after two hours' play. The first England goal by a substitute in the Finals of a major tournament. The fifth time a substitute's goal has accounted for England's tally, however, the first time a single substitute goal resulted in the match scoreline
.


Graham Taylor: 62 goals, five substitute goals (8.1%)

21 & 22 1990-91

17 October 1990, 2-0 vs. Poland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
29 year-old Peter Beardsley had replaced the injured Gary Lineker in the 57th minute to make his 46th appearance. He followed this up by scoring his eighth goal in the last minute
.
8 June 1991, 2-0 vs. New Zealand, Athletic Park, Wellington
23 year-old David Hirst was a half-time replacement for Brian Deane and he scored five minutes later on his second appearance
.


23 1991-92

19 February 1992, 2-0 vs. France, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
31 year-old Gary Lineker replaced the ineffective David Hirst at half-time to make his 72nd appearance. Within half an hour, Lineker had scored his 47th goal. His goal broke substitute records.... the oldest, the most experienced and most goals already scored. The twentieth match involving a goalscoring substitute.


24 & 25 1992-93

29 May 1993, 1-1 vs. Poland, Stadion Śląski, Chorzów
29 year-old Ian Wright replaced Carlton Palmer in the seventieth minute to make his ninth outing and scored the equalising goal fourteen minutes later. It is t
he sixth time a substitute's goal has accounted for England's tally.
19 June 1993, 1-1 vs. Brazil, Robert F. Kennedy Stadium, Washington
27 year-old David Platt, almost three years after his first goal as a substitute.
The seventh time a substitute's goal has accounted for England's tally. It was Platt's nineteenth goal on his 41st appearance, and the quickest by a substitute so far. He had just replaced David Batty at half time before scoring two minutes later. The third substitute to score twice in two separate matches.


Terry Venables: 35 goals, one substitute goal (2.9%)

26 1995-96

15 November 1995, 3-1 vs. Switzerland, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
24 year-old Steve Stone replaced the injured Jamie Redknapp after seven minutes to make his second appearance. It took Stone 71 minutes to get on the scoresheet, the third of England's three
. And so far, the longest for a substitute to get on the scoresheet.


Glenn Hoddle: 42 goals, two substitute goals (4.8%)

27 1997-98

27 May 1998, 1-0 vs. Morocco, Complexe Sportif Mohammed V, Casablanca
18 year-old Michael Owen
's first ever goal was the only goal scored in the match. The 59th minute goal was the eighth time a substitute's goal has accounted for England's tally, the second time a single substitute goal resulted in the match scoreline. Owen, making his fourth appearance, had replaced Wright in the 26th minute, and became the youngest substitute to score.

28 1998 World Cup Finals

22 June 1998, 1-2 vs. Romania, Stade Municipal, Toulouse
Michael Owen's 79th minute equalising goal on his seventh appearance was the ninth time a substitute's goal had accounted for England's tally. The fourth player to score as a substitute in two matches. It was also the second time that an England goal by a substitute is scored in the finals of a major tournament, and by far the youngest. He had replaced Teddy Sheringham seven minutes earlier. The 25th match to have a goalscoring substitute.


Kevin Keegan: 26 goals, three substitute goals (11.5%)

29 & 30 1999-2000

4 September 1999, 6-0 vs. Luxembourg, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
19 year-old Michael Owen's third substitute goal, his fifth so far, was the final goal in this rout, four minutes into injury time. The first player to score as a substitute in three matches. Owen replaced David Beckham in the 65th minute to make his fourteenth appearance.
 3 June 2000, 2-1 vs. Malta, Stadium Nazzjonali, Ħ'Attard
22 year-old Emile Heskey was a fiftieth minute replacement for Alan Shearer, making his seventh appearance, when he scored first goal for England 25 minutes later. It was also the winning goal


31 2000-01

2 September 2000, 1-1 vs. France, Wembley Stadium, Wembley
Michael Owen
, now an experienced twenty year-old scored his fourth goal as a substitute, his eighth in total in 23 appearances. Owen was a 79th minute replacement for Paul Scholes, and scored the equalising goal six minutes later. The tenth time a substitute's goal had accounted for England's tally.


Sven-Göran Eriksson: 128 goals, nineteen substitute goals (14.8%)

32-34 2000-01

28 February 2001, 3-0 vs. Spain, Villa Park, Birmingham
22 year-old Emile Heskey's second England goal (twelfth appearance), also his second goal as a substitute, was the second goal (54th min) in this win. He was a half-time substitute for David Beckham. The fifth player to score as a substitute in two matches.
28 year-old Ugo Ehiogu's only goal for England was the final goal of the match after 69 minutes, after also being a half-time substitute, for Rio Ferdinand for his second appearance. It became only the second match to involve two separate scoring substitutes.
 25 May 2001, 4-0 vs. Mexico, Pride Park Stadium, Derby
For only the second time, there are three goals from three substitutes in a single season, the first being 1982-83, when 35 year old Teddy Sheringham scored the final goal, his tenth goal for England on his 41st appearance. His first goal as a substitute after replacing Robbie Fowler after 55 minutes, made him the oldest and the first goal from a substitute to score from a free-kick. The thirtieth match to include a goalscoring substitute.


35-39 2001-02

5 September 2001, 2-0 vs. Albania, St James' Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
26 year-old Robbie Fowler was a 55th minute substitute for Emile Heskey, before scoring the second and final goal in the 88th minute. His fifth goal on his twentieth appearance.
6 October 2001, 2-2 vs. Greece, Old Trafford, Manchester

Breaking his own age record, Teddy Sheringham was a 67th minute substitute for Robbie Fowler. Ten to fifteen seconds later, he became the quickest substitute to score. It was Sheringham's eleventh goal, on his 42nd appearance, making him the first to score in consecutive appearances. Also, this was also the first time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches. It is the tenth goal scored by a substitute in qualification history.
 27 March 2002, 1-2 vs. Italy, Elland Road, Leeds
For the second time in as many season's, the third since 1982-83, there are three separate goals from three different substitutes, when Robbie Fowler scored his second goal as a substitute, the fifth player to do so. He was a half-time substitute for Michael Owen to make his 23rd appearance, before scoring the opening goal eighteen minutes later, to record his sixth England goal. The eleventh time a substitute's goal had accounted for England's tally.
17 April 2002, 4-0 vs. Paraguay, Anfield Road, Liverpool

With Eriksson's extensive use of substitutes, records would break. For the first time, four goals from four substitutes in a single season, 25 year-old Danny Murphy was a half-time substitute for Paul Scholes, before scoring his first England goal minutes later. This was also the second time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches. Murphy is the tenth capped player to score his first goal from the bench.
26 May 2002, 2-2 vs. Cameroon, Kobe Universiade Memorial Stadium, Kobe City
Robbie Fowler was a 75th minute replacement for Darius Vassell to make his 25th appearance. His equalising goal, his seventh overall, came with almost the last kick of the game. It was his third goal as a substitute, the second player to achieve this feat.


40-42 2002-03

12 February 2003, 1-3 vs. Australia, Boleyn Ground, Upton Park
England became the only country to entirely change their team at half-time. 22 year-old debutant Francis Jeffers replaced Michael Owen, and scored England's only goal 24 minutes later. It was the twelfth time a substitute's goal had accounted for England's tally. Jeffers is the sixth substitute to score on his debut. The third player to never play for England again.
2 April 2003, 2-0 vs. Turkey,
Stadium of Light, Sunderland
22 year-old Darius Vassell replaced Michael Owen after 58 minutes and scored England's first goal eighteen minutes later. It was his fourth goal on his eleventh appearance.
3 June 2003, 2-1 vs. Serbia & Montenegro,
Walkers Stadium, Leicester
21 year-old Joe Cole was making his tenth appearance when he was a 61st minute replacement for Frank Lampard. 25 minutes later, he had scored the his first goal and the winning goal, with almost the last kick of the game.


43-46 2003-04

20 August 2003, 3-1 vs. Croatia, Portman Road, Ipswich
25 year-old Frank Lampard replaced the injured Nicky Butt in the 27th minute to make his twelfth appearance. His 25 yard shot with ten minutes to go was his first goal for England.
5 June 2004, 6-1 vs. Iceland, City of Manchester Stadium, Manchester
23 year-old Darius Vassell
(2) replaced Michael Owen at half time to make his eighteenth appearance. He scored twelve minutes later, and by the 77th minute, became the first substitute since Tommy Taylor in 1956 to score two in the same match. His sixth England career goal. He is the third player to score three substitute goals.
23 year-old Wayne Bridge
was also a half-time replacement, making his seventeenth appearance, for Ashley Cole. His 68th minute half-volley was England's fifth goal, and his only, and became only the third match to involve two separate scoring substitutes, and the first match to involve three goals scored by the substitutes. The fortieth match involving goalscoring substitutes.


47 2004-05

18 August 2004, 3-0 vs. Ukraine, St. James' Park, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
22 year-old debutant Shaun Wright-Phillips
replaced Nicky Butt in the 53rd minute and scored fifteen minutes later to become the sixth debutant to score a substitute goal and the first father-and-(step)son to score substitute goals for England.


48 & 49 2005-06

1 March 2006, 2-1 vs. Uruguay, Anfield Road, Liverpool
25 year-old Peter Crouch
replaced Wayne Rooney in the 64th minute to make his fifth appearance (infamously wearing 21 on his chest and shorts, with 12 on his back). His header eleven minutes later was his first goal for England. The twentieth player to have scored their first goal as a substitute.
30 May 2006, 3-1 vs. Hungary, Old Trafford, Manchester
Peter Crouch
replaced Steve Gerrard after 65 minutes to make his sixth appearance. His eighteen yard strike nineteen minutes later made him the ninth player to score two goals from the bench. This was also the third time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches.

50 2006 World Cup Finals

20 June 2006, 2-2 vs. Sweden, Rhein-Energie-Stadion, Köln
26 year-old Steven Gerrard replaced Wayne Rooney after 69 minutes. His header sixteen minutes later was his ninth goal, and only goal as a substitute. The third time that an England goal by a substitute is scored in the finals of a major tournament. The fiftieth goal to be scored by an England substitute
.


Steve McClaren: 32 goals, one substitute goal (3.1%)

51 2006-07

28 March 2007, 3-0 vs. Andorra, Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona
21 year-old debutant David Nugent replaced Andy Johnson after 79 minutes and scored his only goal ten minutes later. The seventh substitute to score on his debut.


Fabio Capello: 89 goals, nineteen substitute goals (21.3%)

52 2007-08

6 February 2008, 2-1 vs. Switzerland, The National Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old
Shaun Wright-Phillips
replaced Jermaine Jenas after 57 minutes, and his tap-in five minutes later made him the tenth player to score a second goal as a substitute. The first under the Capello era, and the first at the new National Stadium.


53-58 2008-09

20 August 2008, 2-2 vs. Czech Republic, The National Stadium, Wembley
26 year-old Joe Cole was a 58th replacement for Steven Gerrard to make his 51st appearance and he scored a last-minute equalising goal. His eighth goal, second as a substitute makes him the eleventh player to achieve this feat.
6 September 2008, 2-0 vs. Andorra
, Estadi Olímpic Lluís Companys, Barcelona
Joe Cole (2)
is a half-time substitute for Stewart Downing for his 52nd appearance. His six-yard volley three minutes later makes him the fourth player to reach three substitute goals. His seven-yarder seven minutes later, his tenth for his country, makes him the first to score twice as a substitute since Darius Vassell in 2004, fourth player overall. The second player to score as a substitute in four matches. It was the thirteenth time the substitute's goals had accounted for England's tally, but the first time that it involved more than one goal. This was also the fourth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches.
 11 October 2008, 5-1 vs. Kazakhstan
, The National Stadium, Wembley
Four days after celebrating his 26th birthday, Jermain Defoe replaced Wayne Rooney in the 87th minute for his 31st appearance and within two minutes had scored England's fifth goal of the match, his sixth, and became the latest substitute to enter the match and to then score a goal.
10 June 2009, 6-0 vs. Andorra
, The National Stadium, Wembley
Jermain Defoe
(2) replaced Rooney again, at half-time, for his 34th appearance. With his two goals, his seventh and eighth for his country, on 73 and 75 minutes, he became the fifth player to achieve a double, and the fourth player to score three goals as a substitute. In this, the fiftieth England match with a goalscoring substitute.


59-64 2009-10

15 August 2009, 2-2 vs. Netherlands, Amsterdam ArenA, Amsterdam
Jermain Defoe (2) was a half-time substitute for Emile Heskey, He had scored within 3½ minutes to become the third player to score four goals as a substitute. With thirteen minutes remaining, Defoe became the sixth player to achieve a double, but the first player to achieve it twice. Also the first player to score five goals as a substitute. This was also the fifth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches. It was the fourteenth time the substitute's goals had accounted for England's tally, but the second time that it involved two goals.
5 September 2009, 2-1 vs. Slovenia, The National Stadium, Wembley
Jermain Defoe was a half-time substitute for Emile Heskey for the second match in a row, and it proved fruitful once again, as within eighteen minutes, Defoe scored the
winning goal with a twenty yard shot. His record sixth goal. This was also the first time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in three consecutive matches, the sixth time that it was managed in consecutive matches.
3 March 2010, 3-1 vs. Egypt, The National Stadium, Wembley
29 year-old
Peter Crouch (2) wa
s a half-time substitute for Jermain Defoe for his 37th minute appearance and eleven minutes later, scored to become the sixth player to score three substitute goals. Ten minutes before the end of play, Crouch added another goal, his twentieth, to become the seventh player to achieve a double, and the fifth player to score four goals as a substitute.
In between Crouch's goals, 29 year-old Shaun Wright-Phillips had scored in the 75th minute, having replaced Theo Walcott eighteen minutes earlier for his thirtieth appearance. It was his third goal as a substitute and the seventh player to reach this tally.
It was the fifteenth time the substitute's goals had accounted for England's tally, the third time that it involved two goals, but the first time all three were scored. It became only the fourth match to involve two separate scoring substitutes, the first since 2004.


65-70 2010-11

3 September 2010, 4-0 vs. Bulgaria, The National Stadium, Wembley
23 year old Adam Johnson was a 74th minute substitute for Theo Walcott for his third appearance and scored his first goal for his country nine minutes later.
7 September 2010, 3-1 vs. Switzerland,
Sankt-Jakob Park, Basel
Adam Johnson, winning his fourth appearance, was a thirteenth minute replacement for Theo Walcott. It was not until the 69th minute that Johnson scored his goal. The thirteenth player to score a second substitute goal. Then, 26 year-old Darren Bent replaced Jermain Defoe before the restart, and two minutes from time, he scored his first goal. The fifth match to involve two separate scoring substitutes. This was also the seventh time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches.
17 November 2010, 1-2 vs. France, The National Stadium, Wembley
29 year-old Peter Crouch was an 84th minute substitute for Steve Gerrard for his 42nd appearance. Within a minute, he had volleyed England's only goal within a minute. His 22nd goal overall was his fifth as a substitute, the second player to reach this tally. He never wore an England shirt again. It was the sixteenth time the substitute's goals had accounted for England's tally.
9 February 2011, 2-1 vs. Denmark, Parken Stadion, København
25 year old Ashley Young was a half-time replacement for Wayne Rooney for his twelfth appearance. He scored his first goal for his country 23 minutes later. This was also the eighth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches.
4 June 2011, 2-2 vs. Switzerland, The National Stadium, Wembley

Ashley Young replaced Frank Lampard at half-time for his fifteenth appearance. Five minutes later, he had equalised for England.


Roy Hodgson: 109 goals, seventeen substitute goals (15.6%)

71 2012 European Championship Finals

15 June 2012, 3-2 vs. Sweden, Natsional'nyî Sportyvnyî Kompleks, Kyiv
23 year-old Theo Walcott was a sixtieth minute replacement for James Milner for his 26th appearance, two minutes later he scored his first goal for three½ years, his fourth goal. The fourth goal by a substitute at the Finals of a Major Tournament.


72-75 2012-13

15 August 2012, 2-1 vs. Italy, Stade de Suisse, Bern
29 year-old Jermain Defoe was a half-time substitute for Andy Carroll, making his 49th appearance. With eleven minutes left to play, Defoe recorded his seventh goal as an England substitute extending his record, his sixteenth goal. The sixtieth match to involve a goalscoring substitute.
6 February 2013, 2-1 vs. Brazil, The National Stadium, Wembley
34 year-old Frank Lampard
was a halftime replacement for Tom Cleverly to make his 94th appearance, after thirty minutes, he scored the winning goal. The most experienced substitute so far to score a goal, his 27th.
22 March 2013, 8-0 vs. San Marino, Stadio Olimpico, Serravalle
23 year-old Daniel Sturridge was a 56th minute replacement for Wayne Rooney for his fifth appearance. After 24 minutes he had scored England's seventh goal of the night. He became the 25th player to record his first goal as a substitute
. This was also the ninth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches
2 June 2013, 2-2 vs. Brazil, Estádio Jornalista Mário Filho, Rio de Janeiro
19 year-old
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was a 62nd minute replacement for Glen Johnson before scoring from 20 yards five minutes later. His third goal on his twelfth appearance.


76 2013-14

14 August 2013, 3-2 vs. Scotland, The National Stadium, Wembley
31 year-old debutant Rickie Lambert replaced Wayne Rooney in the 67th minute. His header three minutes later was the winning goal. This was also the tenth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches.


77-79 2014-15

9 October 2014, 5-0 vs. San Marino, The National Stadium, Wembley
23 year-old Andros Townsend replaced Danny Welbeck after 66 minutes for his sixth appearance. Six minutes later after, he put England 4-0 with his second goal.
27 March 2015, 4-0 vs. Lithuania, The National Stadium, Wembley
21 year-old debutant Harry Kane was a 72nd minute replacement for Wayne Rooney. 79 seconds later he put England 4-0 up.
31 March 2015, 1-1 vs. Italy, Juventus Stadium, Torino
Andros Townsend was a seventieth minute replacement for Fabian Delph for his seventh appearance. Nine minutes later, he equalised with a right-footed shot. It makes Townsend the fifteenth player to have scored two goals as a substitute.
Also the eleventh time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches. It was the seventeenth time the substitute's goals had accounted for England's tally.


80-85 2015-16

5 September 2015, 6-0 vs. San Marino, San Marino Stadium, Serravalle
For the first time since 2006, England scored three substitute goals, again, by two players. 22 year-old
Harry Kane replaced Wayne Rooney in the 58th minute for his third appearance. Nine minutes later, 26 year-old Theo Walcott (2) replaced Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for his 41st appearance. 52 seconds later, he put England 4-0 up with a tap-in. Just under nine minutes later, Kane made it 5-0 with a ten-yard chip, and 81 seconds after that, Walcott made it six with his second of the night, his seventh career goal, and became the eighth player to have scored three substitute goals. The sixth match to involve two separate scoring substitutes.
8 September 2015, 2-0 vs. Switzerland, The National Stadium, Wembley
Harry Kane was a 57th minute substitute for Jonjo Shelvey for his fourth appearance. Ten minutes later, he sent England on their way with their first goal of the night. This was the twelfth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches.
26 March 2016, 3-2 vs. Germany, Olympiastadion, Berlin
29 year-old Jamie Vardy was a 71st minute replacement for Danny Welbeck for his fifth appearance. 202 seconds later, his sublime side flick was the equalising goal, and his first goal for England.
27 May 2016, 2-1 vs. Australia, Stadium of Light, Sunderland
30 year-old Wayne Rooney was a halftime replacement for Adam Lallana, and ten minutes later, his 18-yard strike was his only goal as a substitute. It was his 110th appearance, making him the most experienced substitute to score an England goal, his 52nd.

86-87 2016 European Championship Finals

16 June 2016, 2-1 vs. Wales, Stade Bollaert-Delelis, Lens
Jamie Vardy and 26 year-old Daniel Sturridge were both half-time substitutes for Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling, and were both instrumental in turning around England's fortunes. Vardy's cheeky equalising volley in the 56th minute, was followed by Sturridge's winner 61 seconds into injury time
. The eight goals scored by substitutes in this season is a new record. The seventh match to involve two separate scoring substitutes. It was the eighteenth time the substitute's goals had accounted for England's tally.

Sam Allardyce: one goal, no substitute goals (0%)

Gareth Southgate: 152 goals, thirteen substitute goals (8.6%)

88-89 2016-17

26 March 2017, 2-0 vs. Lithuania, The National Stadium, Wembley
30 year-old
Jamie Vardy was a 59th minute replacement for Jermain Defoe for his sixteenth appearance, to score 6½ minutes later with a ten yard shot, his third goal as a substitute, the tenth player to reach this tally. His sixth England career goal. It is the thirtieth goal scored by a substitute in qualification history.
10 June 2017, 2-2 vs. Scotland, The National Stadium, Glasgow
23 year-old
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain replaced Marcus Rashford after 65 minutes for his 26th appearance, and five minutes later, put England one-up. This was also the thirteenth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches
.


90-91 2017-18

1 September 2017, 4-0 vs. Malta, Stadium Nazzjonali, Ħ'Attard
26 year-old Danny Welbeck was 76th minute replacement for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain for his 35th appearance. He scored his fifteenth goal for his country twelve seconds into injury time put England two-up. The 75th match to involve a goalscoring substitute.
7 June 2018, 2-0 vs. Costa Rica,
Elland Road, Leeds
Danny Welbeck was a 61st minute replacement for Jamie Vardy for his 39th appearance. His sixteenth goal for his country fifteen minutes later was his second from the bench, the twentieth player to achieve this feat
.


92 2018-19

18 November 2018, 2-1 vs. Croatia, The National Stadium, Wembley
25 year-old
Jesse Lingard replaced Fabian Delph after 73 minutes for his 22nd appearance, five minutes later, he equalised for England, his fourth goal. The twentieth goal scored by a substitute at the new National Stadium
.


93-95 2019-20

14 November 2019, 7-0 vs. Montenegro, The National Stadium, Wembley
22 year-old
Tammy Abraham was a 57th minute replacement for Harry Kane to win his fourth appearance. He tappped in England's seventh goal of the night from five yards following Jadon Sancho's cross
17 November 2019, 4-0 vs. Kosovo
, Stadiumi Fadil Vokrri, Prishtinė
For the first time in 3½ years, two substitutes scored two of the goals.
22 year-old
Marcus Rashford replaced Callum Hudson-Odoi just before the hour. His tenth goal for his country was his first as a substitute, came seven minutes from the end.
20 year-old
Mason Mount had already replaced Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in the 72nd minute for his sixth appearance. He became the thirtieth player to register his first England goal as a substitute when he scored England's fourth goal eighteen seconds into injury time. The eighth match to involve two separate scoring substitutes. This was also the fourteenth time that a goal by a substitute had been scored in consecutive matches
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96 2020-21

25 March 2021, 5-0 vs. San Marino, The National Stadium, Wembley
25 year-old debutant
Ollie Watkins was a 63rd minute replacement for Dominic Calvert-Lewin. His goal came twenty minutes later with a right-footed strike. The eightieth match to involve a goalscoring substitute.

97 2020 European Championship Finals

3 July 2021, 4-0 vs. Ukraine, Stadio Olimpico, Roma
31 year-old Jordan Henderson was a 57th minute substitute for Declan Rice, and scored his first
goal for his country six minutes later, and England's fourth, heading in a Mason Mount corner from six yards. It was his 62nd appearance.

98-100 2021-22

5 September 2021, 4-0 vs. Andorra, The National Stadium, Wembley
28 year-old
Harry Kane was a 62nd minute replacement for the debuting Patrick Bamford to make his 63rd appearance. His goal came ten minutes later with a right-footed strike from the penalty-spot. It was Kane's fourth goal from the bench.
9 October 2021, 5-0 vs. Andorra, Estadi Nacional, Andorra la Vella
26 year-old Jack Grealish was a 72nd minute replacement for his sixteenth appearance. His first England goal came thirteen minutes later with a dribble, rounding of the defenders and then a shot.

15 November 2021, 10-0 vs. San Marino, San Marino Stadium, Serravalle
24 year-old Tammy Abraham was a half-time replacement for his tenth appearance. His third England goal, the milestone 100th goal by an England substitute, came 32 minutes later with a low right-footed shot.


 
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