England's Harry Kane reacts during the match UEFA Nations League League A Group 2 between England vs Iceland at Wembley Stadium, London, November 18, 2020. Phil Foden scored twice as England eased to a routine 4-0 win over 10-man Iceland on Wednesday as both sides wrapped up their UEFA Nations League campaigns in Group A2 with only pride to play for. Pool via REUTERS/Ian Walton

England's Harry Kane shoots at goal from a free kick during the match UEFA Nations League League A Group 2 between England vs Iceland at Wembley Stadium, London, November 18, 2020. Pool via REUTERS/Michael Regan

England's Phil Foden in action with Iceland's Kari Arnason during the match UEFA Nations League League A Group 2 between England vs Iceland at Wembley Stadium, London, November 18, 2020. Pool via REUTERS/Michael Regan

England's Declan Rice scores their first goal during the match UEFA Nations League League A Group 2 between England vs Iceland atWembley Stadium, London, November 18, 2020. Pool via REUTERS/Michael Regan

England's Mason Mount scores their second goal during the match UEFA Nations League League A Group 2 between England vs Iceland at Wembley Stadium, London, November 18, 2020. Pool via REUTERS/Carl Recine

England's Mason Mount celebrates scoring their second goal with teammates during the match UEFA Nations League League A Group 2 between England vs Iceland at Wembley Stadium, London, November 18, 2020. Pool via REUTERS/Neil Hall