On an energy-taxing night in Eastern-Europe, Roy Hodgson's England managed to complete a perfect qualification campaign by gaining 10 wins out of a possible 10.
Thanks to goals from Ross Barkley and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, the Three Lions wrapped up a comprehensive victory and rounded off their Euro 2016 qualification campaign with style.
But, with Roy Hodgson naming a possibly weakened side on Monday night, did anyone do enough in order to secure their ticket to France next summer?
A comfortable night
The short answer is probably no, however there were a few impressive performances against Igoris Pankratjevas' (who has now resigned) men. Man of the match in the clash against Estonia, Ross Barkley turned in another great showing as England walked to victory. As in the match at Wembley, the Everton star was yet again full of energy and desire.
The scouse midfielder also managed to get his name on the scoresheet with a deflected strike from 20 yards to take his international record to two goals and three assists after his debut in 2013.
Strength in depth
Another Everton man who also impressed on Friday night was stand-in captain Phil Jagielka. Alongside the dominant Phil Jones, the duo were extremely solid and surely made their case to be taken to France next year. Providing strong tackling and impressive interceptions the two made a fantastic defensive pairing and highlighted England's strength in depth ahead of Euro 2016.
But, another area that Roy Hodgson has great support in is his attacking options. Coming in for only his third international start, Tottenham Hotspur starlet Harry Kane displayed why he is so highly-rated in the top-flight of English football. With his sharp attacking intent and deceiving strength, the former Leicester City loanee was a constant menace to the Lithuanian backline, whilst earning two assists for his trouble.
However, the most outstanding performance has to be that of Stoke City youngster Jack Butland. The 22 year-old ex-Birmingham City goalkeeper came in for his debut in the senior side and certainly repaid Roy Hodgson's faith. The young 'keeper managed to keep a debut clean sheet thanks to a string of impressive saves after having to keep his concentration in an otherwise quiet match.
But, who needs to up their game?
Now, it is understandable to assume that positive performances might not be the best judged against an opponent of lower standing. On the other hand, some individuals will have to do plenty in order to earn a place in Roy Hodgson's squad for the European Championships.
Despite being the top scorer in the Barclays Premier League, Jamie Vardy yet again endured another frustrating and quiet night. The Leicester City forward barely made an impact on the game in his 90 minutes except a few pot-shots. Playing in an un-natural position of left-midfield, the pacey striker did not replicate his stellar displays witnessed in the top-flight.
Another player who needs to work hard to get a ticket to France is defender Kyle Walker. The experienced full-back has not received all that much game-time this season and that was evident in the game in Lithuania. The former Sheffield United man was too often caught out of position and conceded position far too much. With competition coming from the likes of Nathaniel Clyne, Walker will have to be wary this season.