It was another good result for England this weekend as they remained at the top of their Euro 2016 qualifying group after a 3-1 win at home to Slovenia.
A goal from Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney and a brace from Arsenal forward Danny Welbeck ensured Roy Hodgson's side continued their impressive march to another major tournament - even if the first-half was something to endure rather than enjoy.
After the match, Rooney took to Twitter to celebrate his century of caps.
The United star wrote, 'Great win today and proud to have reached 100 caps. Amazing to walk out with my sons. Thanks to all the fans for the support.'
Chelsea defender Gary Cahill, who partnered Phil Jagielka in the heart of England's defence also had his say, writing, 'Good to get another important win today, thanks for the support. Big congrats to Wayne Rooney on your 100th cap!!'
And Liverpool winger Raheem Sterling also praised the United player's achievement, tweeting, 'Always good pulling on England shirt. Great three points and honoured to be involved in Wayne Rooney's 100th cap.'
Now the players will look ahead to next week's friendly match against Scotland, before the trio return to domestic matters with Chelsea aiming to continue their fine start to the campaign while Liverpool and United will hope to improve considerably in the weeks and months ahead.
Great to win today and proud to have reached 100 caps. Amazing to walk out with my sons. Thanks to all the fans for the support— Wayne Rooney (@WayneRooney) November 15, 2014
Good to get another important win today, thanks for the support. Big congrats @WayneRooney on your 100th cap!!— Gary Cahill (@GaryJCahill) November 15, 2014