England’s World Cup dream came to an end on Saturday evening as they fell to defeat against reigning champions France. Here is how the individuals fared on the night.
Jordan Pickford (7)- Apart from the two goals he conceded he was one of England’s better players and saved some crucial shots from the French side.
Kyle Walker (7)- Was strong defensively and stopped Mbappe playing at his best.
Harry Maguire (6)- Lost his man for the second goal and has had better games during this England campaign.
John Stones (6.5)- Was consistent throughout. He continued to link up with the midfield.
Luke Shaw (6.5)- Was creative down the left flank but couldn’t deliver that vital cross into the box.
Declan Rice (6.5)- Was able to control the midfield well. Could have done better with the first French goal.
Jordan Henderson (6)- Linked up well with the wingers to create space in behind.
Jude Bellingham (7.5)- Kept that positive energy in the team and ran the midfield along with Rice and Henderson.
Bukayo Saka (8)- Was the most creative in the team and caused that French a problem down the right side all game.
Phil Foden (6.5)- Was the least creative out of both wingers and couldn’t match the same energy Saka had throughout the game.
Harry Kane (7.5)- Scored England’s first goal through a penalty. However, he missed another penalty late in the second half which he could have levelled the score.
Grealish (3)- Came on in the last couple of minutes for Stones. Wasn’t enough time to get involved.
Mason Mount (6)- Came on for Henderson and managed to create the second penalty for Kane after a lovely run in behind the France defence.
Raheem Sterling (5)- Came on for Saka and couldn’t get involved in the game as much as Saka was.
Marcus Rashford (6)- Came on for Foden and came close with a freekick in the dying seconds of the game.