England beat Andorra 4-0 in a one-sided World Cup qualifier at Wembley. Here’s how we rated each of the London contingent.
Reece James: 7
A couple of mis-placed passes aside, the Chelsea defender had a decent enough game – and rattled the bar with a second-half effort. Substituted just after the hour mark.
Bakayo Saka: 8
The Arsenal youngster was always lively and his perseverance after missing a second-half chance was rewarded when he eventually got on the scoresheet by heading in England’s fourth goal.
Mason Mount: 7
Chelsea’s Mount made an impact after coming on, combining nicely with fellow substitute Jack Grealish before being bundled over for the penalty which led to England’s second goal.
Harry Kane: 7
Brought on in the second half, Tottenham’s England captain added to his international goal tally with an emphatically taken spot-kick. An offside flag later spared his blushes after he contrived to hit the post from close range. Also had a late shot saved.