England v Belgium player ratings: How the London contingent fared at Wembley

Ivan Toney scored on his full England debut as Gareth Southgate’s side drew 2-2 with Belgium in a friendly at Wembley. Here’s how we rated the London contingent.


Ben Chilwell: 6
Gave the ball away cheaply early on, but the Chelsea left-back then settled although he seemed to lack some sharpness following his recent injury lay-off.

Declan Rice: 7
Captaining the side on his 50th cap, it was a typical Rice performance. The Arsenal man was calm and composed in midfield, used the ball well and was always quick to sniff out danger.

Jarrod Bowen: 7
The West Ham star was lively from the first minute, when he created a chance for Toney. Bowen thought he had put England 2-1 up with a first-half header but the goal was disallowed for offside. Had a close-range attempt saved in the second half.

Ivan Toney: 7
Can be well pleased with his full international debut. He won and scored a penalty and his all-round performance was impressive – and surely sealed a place in the squad for the Euros.

James Maddison: 7

The Tottenham man was initially unable to make much of an impact after coming on as a 74th-minute substitute. Picked up a yellow card and was then fortunate not to get another following a stoppage-time foul. But he was then involved in the build-up to Jude Bellingham’s equaliser in the final seconds.


Timothy Castagne: 7
The Fulham right-back didn’t put a foot wrong in an assured performance.

Leandro Trossard: 7
The Arsenal midfielder worked tirelessly on the flank to frustrate England’s attempts to play the ball out from the back.