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The Opposition Manager - England Vs Lithuania
LITHUANIA: EDGARAS JANKAUSKAS
Jankauskas is well known north of the border. The 42-year-old spent two seasons at Hearts as a striker, between 2005 and 2007, and returned to Tynecastle as assistant manager for the 2012-13 season.
He won 56 caps with Lithuania, scoring 10 goals, while his playing career included spells with CSKA Moscow, Real Sociedad, Benfica and Porto, as well as Hearts.
Whilst with Porto, he made history when he became the first Lithuanian to win the Champions League, in 2004. He also helped Hearts win the Scottish Cup and qualify for the Champions League.
After leaving his post as Hearts assistant manager in 2013, he joined Lithuanian side FK Trakai as manager before replacing Igoris Pankratjevas as head coach of Lithuania in January 2016.