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England player ratings

England player ratings
By PA Sport

10/11/2017 at 23:28Updated 10/11/2017 at 23:31

JORDAN PICKFORD: Had to be alert just seconds into what was an excellent senior debut. 8

JORDAN PICKFORD: Had to be alert just seconds into what was an excellent senior debut. 8

KIERAN TRIPPIER: The marauding right wing-back's directness was a useful tool against the world's best side. 7

PHIL JONES: The Manchester United defender performed well at Wembley... but lasted only 25 minutes after another injury setback. 7

JOHN STONES: The ball-playing Manchester City centre-back did a good job at the heart of England's three-man defence. 7

HARRY MAGUIRE: Has not enjoyed the best of times this season but certainly fulfilled Gareth Southgate's remit of playing from the back. Not only defended well but was happy to maraud forwards. 7

DANNY ROSE: Looked sharp in what was just his third start for club and country since January, overlapping down the flank with regularity. 7

JAKE LIVERMORE: Recalled to the squad after a spate of injuries, the West Brom defensive midfielder was predictably solid and unspectacular. 6

ERIC DIER: The 23-year-old became England's fifth-youngest post-war captain when leading his country out for the first time and produced an assured performance in midfield. 7

RUBEN LOFTUS-CHEEK: Not shy at attempting a nutmeg, it only highlighted the confidence that belied his experience. A fine debut. 8

JAMIE VARDY: A tireless worker, constant nuisance and streetwise forward, he proved a handful for the Germans. 7

TAMMY ABRAHAM: The rangy striker was inches away from a dream start to his debut and saw an effort deflect just wide late in the first half. Held his own. 7


JOE GOMEZ (for Jones, 25): England's fourth debutant of the evening did well when called upon. 7

MARCUS RASHFORD (for Abraham, 60): Brought on to shake things up, the fleet-footed forward was unable to make a telling impact. 6

RYAN BERTRAND (for Rose, 71): A like-for-like replacement who did his job diligently. 6

KYLE WALKER (for Trippier, 72): Gave his former team-mate a rest and did his job without fuss. 6

JACK CORK (for Livermore, 86): England's fifth debutant of the night did not have much time to impress. 6

JESSE LINGARD (for Vardy, 86): Injected a little bit of late movement into proceedings. 6