‘We want to show what we can do on the ball and make the stadium silent with how we are playing and what we are doing and we showed that in the second half.
‘We had a killer instinct in front of goal. It killed the game off and then gave them no hope. As soon as we scored, you could tell within the atmosphere that something was going to be thrown or something would happen and luckily no one got hurt or anything like that.’
Mount believes England can take this performance into the next two qualifiers coming up this week, starting with Andorra at Wembley on Sunday and then Wednesday’s trip to Poland.
‘This was a massive win for us and especially in the make-up of the group, as it put us further ahead,’ added Mason.