Jordan Pickford (8)- The England keeper collects another clean sheet after making some huge saves to keep that impressive form up in an England shirt.
Kyle Walker (7)- Was consistent throughout the game and was strong down the right flank to create goal scoring opportunities.
Harry Maguire (7.5)- Was solid throughout the game and cut off goal scoring opportunities for the Senegal side.
John Stones (7.5)- Was confident on the ball and linked up nicely with the full backs and the midfielder to drag out Senegal players from their position.
Luke Shaw (7)- His attacking threat was consistent and dangerous down the left side due to his driving ability and direct play.
Declan Rice (8)- He ran the midfield throughout and was brilliant at winning the ball back and cutting off play from Senegal players. He was able to play off the defenders and the attacking players to create space.
Jude Bellingham (9)- The 19-year-old continues to show off his ability on the World stage. His defensive and offensive ability was too strong for the Senegal squad and was involved in the first two goals and assisting Harry Kane.
Jordan Henderson (8)- Secured his first goal of the World Cup campaign and is proving the doubters wrong. His experience was proved throughout and was creative.
Phil Foden (8.5)- Assisted two goals for England was very creative throughout the game. His link up plays with Kane stood out due to their technical ability and vision.
Bukayo Saka (8)- Scored England’s third of the game and secured their place in the Quarter finals. His technical ability is continued to be proven every game and is only continuing to get better.
Harry Kane (8)- Scored England’s second goal with a belter in the bottom left corner. His link up play with midfielders continues to shine. His deep positioning allowed space for winger to capitalise on and create dangerous chances.
Eric Dier (5)- Was strong when coming on to replace Stones and didn’t put a foot wrong.
Kalvin Phillips (5)- Replaced Henderson and kept the midfield tight to ensure Senegal were unable to capitalise.
Mason Mount (5)- Replaced Bellingham and wasn’t involved as much as he would have liked to be.
Marcus Rashford (6)- Replaced Saka and had dangerous opportunities including a shot that hit the side netting.
Jack Grealish (5.5)- Replaced Foden and was involved instantly and carried that creativity on which Foden did very well throughout.
By Will Simpson