The Fulham frontman made his Senior bow in 2010.
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It had been over seven years since Bobby Zamora last pulled on the Three Lions. Having picked up five caps at Under-21 level, the Fulham forward finally made his debut at Senior level in August 2010, in England's first post World Cup fixture.
Taking on Hungary at Wembley, the 6'1" frontman came into the action as a half-time substitution and provided Fabio Capello's men with a more physical presence after a goalless first half.
Although Hungary managed to grab the lead through Vladimir Koman in the second period, Zamora’s work rate and industry proved valuable as the Three Lions fought back to win 2-1 thanks to a Steven Gerrard brace.
Zamora was unlucky not to make England’s margin of victory even greater, having two excellent efforts that were smartly thwarted by the Hungary ‘keeper. It proved to be a memorable week for Zamora, however, who also became the proud father of twins just days before his debut. To vote for Bobby, or any other England player, click here