Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was delighted to score against Brazil in the Maracana
Brazil 2-2 England
8pm BST, Sunday 2 June 2013
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain was thrilled to score a stunning goal against Brazil 29 years after his father Mark also played for England in the Maracana.
Chamberlain senior was part of the Three Lions side that famously beat Brazil with a legendary goal from John Barnes in 1984.
And history nearly repeated itself as son Alex came off the bench to score in a 2-2 draw this time.
The Arsenal star said: "I"m sure my dad will be quite happy with that! It's a great feeling."
The only frustration for the 19-year-old was that England didn't go on to win the game.
He added: "The fact we did go 2-1 up you always want to close out the game so we are disappointed with that I guess.
"But the players showed great passion and great play because Brazil are a top side. We kept our shape all the way through and 2-2 is not a bad result."
12 Julio Cesar, 2 Daniel Alves, 4 David Luiz, 14 Filipe Luis (8 Hernanes, 46), 9 Fred (Leandro Damiao, 77) 19 Hulk (5 Fernando, 72), 17 Luiz Gustavo (6 Marcelo, 46) 10 Neymar, 11 Oscar (7 Lucas Moura, 55), 18 Paulinho (20 Bernard 83), 3 Thiago (c).
Substitutes not used 15 Dante, 22 Diego Cavalieri, 23 Jadson, 13 Jean, 19 Jefferson, 16 Rever.
1 Joe Hart, 2 Glen Johnson (16 Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, 63), 3 Leighton Baines (12 Ashley Cole, 31), 4 Michael Carrick, 5 Gary Cahill, 6 Phil Jagielka, 7 Phil Jones, 8 Frank Lampard (C), 9 Theo Walcott (15 Jack Rodwell, 84) 10 Wayne Rooney, 11 James Milner.
Substitutes not used 13 Ben Foster, 14 Joleon Lescott, 17 Jermain Defoe, 18 Alex McCarthy.
Referee Wilmar Roldan
Assistant Referees Eduardo Diaz & Wilson Berrio
Fourth Official Pericles Cortez