Danny Welbeck scored one goal during England Qaulifier Game
Danny Welbeck scored one goal during England’s 2016 Euro’s qualification as the English nation faced off with Lithuania in a match that concluded with the team of Roy Hodgson sealing a convincing 4-0 triumph.
England is now comfortably positioned in the top spot of Group E with 15 points; they have enjoyed a perfect start to their qualification campaign after having won all of the 5 qualification matches that the English outfit has played so far.
The 24 year old Arsenal player was named as the best player of the match as he was all over the pitch and was a continuous source of danger to the opponents’ defence which struggled trying to contain him and when the match reached its end, Danny Welbeck said that his move from Manchester United to Arsenal has helped him out when it comes to scoring with his national side.
After scoring against Lithuania, Welbeck turned into the top goal-scorer of the qualification stages as he netted his 6th goal of these rounds which is more than any other player of the current stages of the European tournament. The English attacker believes that his recent goal-scoring form has increased and improved due to his transition from Old Trafford over to the Emirates Stadium.
“When you are playing regularly, you feel a lot sharper on the pitch. Once you play regularly, it just becomes second nature to do things on the pitch. I feel match-sharp and that is important.” Arsenal’s Danny Welbeck said.
Welbeck made his move to Arsenal on September of 2014 for a transfer fee of €16 million as the English player couldn’t find a spot in the starting lineup of Louis van Gaal who preffered utilizing Wayne Rooney, Robin van Persie and RadamelFalcao.