Jermain Defoe has dedicated his England winner against Italy on Wednesday night to his late cousin Hannah.
Defoe's cousin died in a freak accident when she was electrocuted last month whilst on holiday, and the England striker picked a poignant day to mark his 16th international goal.
"That goal was for my cousin who died in St Lucia. It would have been her 21st birthday today. It's one of the best goals I have ever scored for England," he said after the win in Bern, Switzerland.
Defoe, winning his 49th cap for England, added he was "obviously delighted I could do that tonight".
His second-half strike ensured England's first win against Italy in 15 years.