England pulled off a brilliant victory in Seville, where they beat Spain 3-2. Players from Tottenham and Chelsea were involved in the Nations League clash – here’s how we rated each of the London contingent.
Kieran Tripper: 6
The Tottenhman man had no chances to show his set-piece prowess as he appears to be sharing right-back duties with former Spurs team-mate Kyle Walker.
Eric Dier: 7
Spurs’ Dier was unfairly booked for a crunching challenge on Sergio Ramos but marshalled the midfield from deep. A good display.
Harry Winks: 7
Another of the Tottenham contingent, Winks slipped into the midfield with ease as he collected just his second cap, with more surely coming his way.
Ross Barkley: 7
An international return to remember and a sublime pass for Marcus Rashford’s second goal just shows what the Chelsea man can offer at this level.
Harry Kane: 8
Still waiting for his first England goal in seven caps, but the Tottenham striker was superb and played a massive part in two of the goals.
Marcos Alonso: 6
Not a good night for the Chelsea full-back, who forlornly appealed for offside as Raheem Sterling got inside to put England in front having seen an early, point-blank effort saved. Hit the bar in stoppage time.
Alvaro Morata: 5
The Chelsea forward was Luis Enrique’s last throw of the dice but could not react quickly enough to turn home from close-range in the closing stages after coming on as a substitute.