Goals added 'spice' to performance

Roy Hodgson praises England's attacking display as they start their 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign with a 5-0 thrashing of Moldova.

England were three goals up at the interval as Frank Lampard scored twice before Jermain Defoe was on target. James Milner added a fourth, while Leighton Baines also scored his first international goal after his free-kick took a massive deflection.

The England boss admits he would have been happy with one or two goals, but scoring five added "spice" to the performance.

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