England player ratings: How the London contingent fared in Kosovo

Tottenham midfielder Harry Winks and Mason Mount of Chelsea scored their first England goals in a 4-0 win in Kosovo. Here’s how each of the London contingent fared as Gareth Southgate’s side rounded off their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign in fine style.

Declan Rice: 7

There have been question marks over Rice against better opposition but there were no problems for the West Ham man here. He strolled through the game and the highlight of his performance was a fine saving challenge in the second half.

Harry Winks: 8

Took his goal really well, disguising his intent before slotting into the corner. Had plenty of time and space in midfield and made the most of it, showing off his range of passing.

Callum Hudson-Odoi: 6

The Chelsea youngster is still rediscovering his sharpness after his injury lay-off. Had some bright moments but not at his best.

Harry Kane: 7

Scored again, meaning the Tottenham man netted in all England’s qualifiers. It was an easy night for the captain, who cruised through the game and finished coolly for his goal.

Mason Mount: 7

Capitalised on a defensive mix-up by helping himself to a late goal. His Chelsea team-mate Fikayo Tomori also got another cap, coming on for the final few minutes.




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