Joe Hart and Raheem Sterling helped the Three Lions roar to a ninth consecutive win in Euro 2016 qualifying, before being given a deserved rest as England made it 10 wins from 10.
Whilst other members of Manchester City's worldwide squad flew off to their respective countries around the globe, Hart and Sterling both stayed at home to line up against Estonia at Wembley.
Hart and Sterling perform well in routine win
In front of a crowd topping 75,000, the two Citizens each helped England to a 2-0 win, with Hart keeping a clean sheet and Sterling getting amongst the goals.
Despite having qualification for the finals already sealed up, there was still a job to be done, and Arsenal winger Theo Walcott lifted everyone by making it 1-0 just on half time.
England still had to finish the game off though, and Sterling did just that with five minutes to go, knocking home a simple goal after Jamie Vardy had unselfishly played him in. It was his second goal at international level, following him opening his account against Lithuania in March.
Hart endured a fairly quiet night in goal and was rarely troubled, but put in a professional performance and did what was required whenever he was called upon. It was his ninth straight game of the qualifying campaign, one in which he kept an impressive seven clean sheets, only conceding three times.
No place for Citizens in Lithuania side
With the group wrapped up, England manager Roy Hodgson left a number of key players behind as the team jetted out to Lithuania for their final game, and Hart was amongst those not to go.
Jack Butland of Stoke City took the goalkeepers jersey, and played well in another comfortable victory, as England won 3-0.
Sterling did make the journey, but was an unused substitute, meaning he'll be fresh for City's clash against AFC Bournemouth on Saturday.
The weekend's home game signify's the start of an important run for City, as they face the Cherries, before playing crucial matches against Sevilla and Manchester United in the following week.