ENGLAND paid the perfect tribute to Jimmy Greaves with a perfect ten.
New boss Sarina Wiegman had urged her team to be more ruthless in front of goal.
And, wearing black armbands in memory of one of the country’s greatest finishers, the Lionesses claimed their first 10-0 win since their defeat of Montenegro in 2014.
Ellen White set England on their way with a quickfire double. She flicked in her first from Lauren Hemp’s 12th-minute cross.
And five minutes later White buried her second into the bottom corner after a neat pass from Fran Kirby – leaving her just three shy of Kelly Smith’s record of 46 goals.
Nikita Parris made it three against the side currently ranked 122nd in the world.
And Alex Greenwood added a fourth on 37 minutes, smashing in left-footed after a ball from Kirby’s corner ended up at her feet.
There was no respite after the break for Luxembourg, who were playing the biggest women’s football game in their country’s history, in front of 1,293 fans.
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Greenwood started the second-half as she finished the first, bagging her second goal – and England’s fifth – before the hapless Jessica Berscheid steered the ball into her own net.
Centre-back Millie Bright had waited over 40 caps for her first international goal – then scored two in 13 minutes.
And Rachel Daly, playing after her father died last week, added goal No 9 before pointing to the heavens.
A third injury-time goal from substitute Beth England wrapped up the emphatic victory.
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