Manchester United players have scored all of England's goals since Jose Mourinho was appointed

But Mourinho was all smiles after United defender Chris Smailling scored the winner for England           
Five things we learned from Wembley
Chris Smalling, Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney  have all scored
It's hard to see where Adam Lallana can fit into the diamond formation
Nathaniel Clyne and Kyle Walker set to battle for the right back berth

Wonder what Jose Mourinho made of it all? The new Manchester United boss was at Wembley to watch his countrymen take on England.
His heart, of course, would have been with the Portuguese — but his head would have been keeping an eye on United’s Wayne Rooney and Chris Smalling.

Raheem Sterling superbly bent in a right-footed cross and Smalling darted in to direct a header into the net  

Fans were quick to hail the Mourinho effect after Smalling's late winner meant that Manchester United players have scored all three of England's goals since the Portuguese was appointed manager at Old Trafford.
Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney were on target in the 2-1 win over Australia.

Adam Lallana is liked by manager Roy Hodgson but in the diamond system England started with last night, it’s hard to see where the Liverpool star fits in.
Hodgson has also used 4-3-3, though, and Lallana can be injured Danny Welbeck’s replacement down the left

Rooney (left) was substituted off for Adam Lallana after 78 minutes of the encounter against Portugal  

Perhaps the most intriguing battle for a starting role is for the right-back berth.
Kyle Walker was in the team and did his chances no harm, even going close to scoring with a spectacular 30-yard half-volley.
The smart money is probably on Nathaniel Clyne, but Walker won’t be giving up any time soon.
Alves was shown a straight red card for his challenge on Kane in the first half by referee Marco Guida     
Bruno Alves became the first player to be sent off in an England game at Wembley since Steven Gerrard was red-carded against Ukraine in September 2012.
But the red card for his reckless high tackle on Tottenham striker Harry Kane was probably the last thing Hodgson wanted.
No Cristiano Ronaldo and playing against 10 men won’t have corresponded with his pre-match plans for the night.

Jack Wilshere didn’t start, and in his absence England’s passing lacked fluency and cutting edge.
The Arsenal man’s inclusion in the final 23 — given his injury-hit season — has divided opinion.
But this showed Hodgson has made the right call in selecting Wilshere.
England's passing lacked fluency and cutting edge without Jack Wilshere on Thursday night  

source: dailymail