England player ratings: how London’s contingent performed in Slovenia

England remain top of Group F after drawing 0-0 in Slovenia. Here’s how we rated London’s contingent in Tuesday’s World Cup qualifier.

Kyle Walker: 6

The Tottenham defender again offered England a good outlet on the right-hand side, but he gave the ball away a number of times.

Gary Cahill: 5

Sloppy at times. One or two errors were reminiscent of his mistakes for Chelsea this season and went unpunished. He did set up a chance for Danny Rose with a good ball over the top though.

Danny Rose: 7

Got forward well, not least when he popped up in the box to collect Cahill’s pass. But the Spurs full-back was unable to hit the target.

Eric Dier: 6

Guilty of an appalling back-pass in the first half and England had to be rescued by first keeper Joe Hart and then the woodwork. Overall, the Tottenham midfielder, playing instead of Wayne Rooney, competed well and did the defensive job he was asked to do.

Theo Walcott: 6

Arsenal star Walcott worried Slovenia with his pace but was unable to make any real impact before being substituted in the second half.

Dele Alli: 6

A key man for Spurs and potentially for England in the number 10 role he has been blossoming in, but this wasn’t Alli’s night. He was bright in spells but endured a frustrating night before going off.

Andros Townsend: 6

Crystal Palace’s Townsend gave England some impetus when he was introduced. He took up some good positions and delivered a couple of decent crosses from the left.

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