See England's 5-0 win over Greece from 1994, where Anderton, Beardsley, Platt and Shearer all netted.
England v Greece
8.05pm, Wednesday 16 August 2006
Old Trafford, Manchester
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England's biggest win over Greece came on 17 May 1994 - and you can see all the goals here on TheFA.com.
Under the leadership of Terry Venables - it was only his second game in charge since taking over from Graham Taylor - The Three Lions found their scoring touch to crush the Greeks.
Darren Anderton got England going in the 23rd minute, poking into an empty net after Greek keeper Christos Karkamanis made a mess of Graeme Le Saux's cross.
It was 2-0 after 37 minutes when Rob Jones won possession and fed David Platt who turned superbly before reaching the by-line. The captain's square ball handed Peter Beardsley an easy tap-in.
The skipper then made it three from the penalty spot a minute from half-time, sending Karkamanis the wrong way after Alan Shearer was fouled in the box.
Platt and Shearer combined for England's fourth goal which arrived on 54 minutes - the former Aston Villa and Juventus midfielder nodding in at the far post after Shearer picked him out with a wonderfully weighted cross.
After helping Platt to two goals, it was Shearer's turn to find the back of the net, drilling across the hapless Karkamanis to complete the scoring after 65 minutes.
England's line-up that day was:
Jones (Pearce 82)
Beardsley (Wright 70)
Anderton (Le Tissier 62)