Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson was one of five Reds to make England's line-up in their win over Denmark.

Henderson was joined in Roy Hodgson's starting XI by four other Liverpool teammates - Raheem Sterling, Steven Gerrard, Daniel Sturridge and Glen Johnson.

It was the first time since 1977 an England team had included five Reds players in their starting line-up.

"It shows you how well we have done this season," Henderson told the Liverpool Echo.

"We are all working really well together and linking up brilliantly. We have to try to bring that into the England set-up as much as we can."

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