England's forward Danny Welbeck celebrates after scoring the first goal, during their Euro 2016 qualifying match against Switzerland, at the St. Jakob-Park stadium, in Basel, Switzerland, Monday, Sept. 8, 2014. (AP Photo/Keystone, Peter Klaunzer)
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However, with the top two teams in the group guaranteed to qualify for the tournament in France, it is likely to prove a flesh wound for a side ranked ninth in the world after their run to the last 16 at the World Cup.Facing the team that he had coached for almost four years, Hodgson used a diamond shape that had Sterling line up behind Welbeck and Wayne Rooney, with Jordan Henderson, Jack Wilshere and Fabian Delph in midfield.England also failed to exploit a three-on-one situation in the 29th minute; Welbeck burst free down the right but failed to pick out either Sterling or Rooney with his pass.Wilshere drilled wide for England and Behrami narrowly avoided turning Henderson's cross into his own net, while Lichtsteiner shot over and Hart produced a fine one-handed save to thwart Seferovic.
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