England ensured they finished top of their Women’s Euro 2017 qualifying group by winning their final match against Belgium.
England only needed a draw to secure top spot and, after a lacklustre first half, Nikita Parris set them on the way to victory after the break.
The striker headed home Karen Carney’s cross to give England the lead.
England dominated thereafter and Carney doubled the visitors’ advantage with a heavily deflected strike.
Jade Moore won the ball and released Carney, who neatly beat one defender on the edge of the box before her shot went in off Lorca van de Putte.
Victory extended England’s unbeaten run to seven matches, with the past five ending in victories. The Lionesses last lost a competitive qualifier in November 2002.