While England had an impressive summer campaign at the World Cup, defying all expectations to reach the semi-finals over in Russian Federation, they did so with a relatively young and inexperienced side.
Switzerland have faced England three times at the new Wembley since it was opened back in 2007 - tasting defeat twice.
After being pegged back, Switzerland struggled to reimburse the first half dominance that almost saw them surge ahead.
Come on, the Three Lions did reach the last four regardless.
Apparently, Gareth Southgate's men would have won the World Cup, if only Rashford were not stuck to the bench.
"It was important then that we solved a couple of the problems they were facing and kept things calm".
It's fair to say Rashford enjoys England's games on the road.
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While both sides will feel they could've been ahead at the break, it was Switzerland's Yann Sommer who was the busier of the two goalkeepers. "There was plenty of room for improvement".
"We could have been two or three nil down at half-time", said England full-back Danny Rose.
"It's great we can all shout at each other and tell each other to improve like we did", he said. With the second half less than ten minutes old, Trent Alexander-Arnold's corner was half-cleared to Kyle Walker who delivered a pacy cross to the far post.
Switzerland were soon gifted a chance to settle into the game, though, as Jack Butland's attempts to play out from the back nearly backfired twice in quick succession - the second of which saw James Tarkowski robbed of the ball and Xherdan Shaqiri subsequently fire a low strike against the outside of the post when he should have done better.
Southgate has lamented England's failure to produce midfielders of the calibre that Croatia and Spain possess. The Manchester United youngster took advantage of a rare opportunity to play the majority of the game as the central striker in Harry Kane's absence, by scoring the only goal of the game on 54 minutes.
Shaqiri came closest to an equaliser but saw his fierce strike bravely blocked by John Stones as England held out for victory.