England beat Croatia 1-0 to get their Euro 2020 campaign off to a winning start. Kalvin Phillips threaded Raheem Sterling through to score the only goal of the game on the hour mark. Express Sport takes a look at how each individual performed at Wembley.
Not a great deal to do, distribution a little sketchy at times but generally alert to danger on few occasions it flared
Poor distribution finding touch three times in first half but lovely weighted pass for Phillips set up goal, defended well
Composed on the ball and well positioned off it, got out well to deny Brozovic, generally unruffled performance
Commanding performance from the Villa defender, crunching, well timed interventions, denied Perisic in penalty area first half.
On target with first half free kick, baled out by Pickford after loose back header and under more pressure second half but decent throughout.
Licence to roam, good volley early saved well, retained possession with strong tackling and superb drive and assist for goal
Layer of insurance sitting deep almost on toes of centre backs and tidied up well. Good but limited impact creatively
Some flashes but struggled to get into the game, decent cross for Kane on the hour and decent free kick just over.
Denied by post early in a very bright start but influence faded as the game progressed, booked and subbed.
Frustrating afternoon for the captain, struggled to get into it, best chance in second half saw him bruising crunch into post.
Link play excellent, finishing at times poor but great run from flank to centre and brave finish for 13th goal in last 17 outings.
RASHFORD (Foden 70) 5
BELLINGHAM (Kane 82) 5
Croatia (4-3-3): Livakovic 7; Vrsaljko 6, Vida 6, Caleta-Car 6, Gvardiol 7; Modric 7, Brozovic 7 (Vlasic 70 6), Kovacic 7; Kramaric 6 (Brekalo 70 6), Rebic 5 (Petkovic 79), Perisic 7