A history of England v Switzerland in pictures England will play Switzerland on Sunday in the Nations League third-place play-off in Guimaraes. Here, Football Paradise delves into the picture archives to look at previous meetings between the countries. Marcus Rashford (left) scored the only goal as England beat Switzerland 1-0 at Leicester in their last meeting during September 2018 (Nick Potts/PA) Wayne Rooney converted a late penalty against Switzerland in the Euro 2016 qualifier at Wembley – which saw him break Sir Bobby Charlton’s all-time England goalscoring record (Mike Egerton/PA) Rooney took a moment to reflect on his achievements, a 50th England goal breaking a record which had stood for 45 years (Mike Egerton/PA) Danny Welbeck scored both goals as England then won 2-0 in Basel on their way to Euro 2016 (Mike Egerton/PA) England manager Roy Hodgson gave future captain Raheem Sterling some instructions from the touchline at St Jakob-Park Stadium (Mike Egerton/PA) Fabio Capello’s England found themselves 2-0 down against Switzerland at Wembley in their Euro 2012 qualifier, as Tranquillo Barnetta scored twice in the space of three first-half minutes (Anthony Devlin/PA) England, though, fought back to earn a 2-2 draw as Ashley Young (centre) equalised early in the second half (Sean Dempsey/PA) Shaun Wright-Phillips was on target as England beat Switzerland 2-1 during a friendly at Wembley in February 2008 (Sean Dempsey/PA) A fresh-faced Wayne Rooney scored a brace as England beat Switzerland in their group match at the Euro 2004 finals in Portugal (Nick Potts/PA) David Beckham (right) joined in the celebrations at the Cidade de Coimbra (Nick Potts/PA) Sven-Goran Eriksson (left) had future England boss Steve McClaren (centre) alongside him in the dugout (Owen Humphreys/PA) England striker Alan Shearer got the hosts’ Euro 96 campaign up and running with a goal against Switzerland at Wembley (Adam Butler/PA) Switzerland, though, fought back to earn a 1-1 draw when Kubilay Turkyilmaz scored a late penalty (Adam Butler/PA) Steve Stone was among the scorers as England beat Switzerland 3-1 in a friendly at Wembley during November 1995 (Adam Butler/PA) Liverpool full-back Phil Neal celebrated a Switzerland own goal at Wembley during their qualifier for the 1982 World Cup (PA Archive) Future England manager Kevin Keegan (right) was then a key man in the team (PA Archive) Full-back Ray Wilson (left) would go on to win the World Cup, having been part of Walter Winterbottom’s side which faced Switzerland in a 1962 friendly at Wembley (PA Archive) Liked the article? Help us fight click-bait content:TweetWhatsAppPocketMore Football Paradise Staff Reporter Serving quality football news from around the globe. No click-bait.