PICKFORD: Fine first-half save to thwart O’Donnell but otherwise untroubled. 6
JAMES: Struggled to get into his usual attacking positions, but one key goalline clearance. 6
STONES: England’s best defender. Unlucky to hit the post with a towering header. 7
MINGS: Should have been the kind of physical battle he craves, but struggled. 5
SHAW: Offered a natural outlet down the left but erratic delivery from the fanks. 5
PHILLIPS: Was once again England’s best midfield performer at both ends of the pitch. 7
RICE: Neat and tidy as a midfield screen but needed to move the ball much quicker. 6
MOUNT: Poor delivery from set-pieces and in general play but tested Marshall with one drive. 5
FODEN: Only showed flashes of his talent as England failed to get him on the ball. Subbed. 6
KANE: Another sluggish performance will put a question mark against the England captain keeping his place. Subbed. 5
STERLING: Started brightly but soon began to disappear in a blanket of blue shirts. 5
Subs: Grealish 5 (Foden 63), Rashford 5 (Kane 75).
Subs not used: Maguire, Henderson, Trippier, Ramsdale, Coady, Sancho, Calvert-Lewin, Chilwell, Johnstone, Bellingham.
McGINN: Always on the move but did himself no favours by getting booked early for dissent. 6
ADAMS: Always on the move and in England faces. Had a great early chance blocked by Stones. 6
DYKES: Won a succession of aerial duels and denied a goal by James’ goal-line clearance. 7
Subs: Armstrong 5 (Gilmour 76)
Subs not used: Christie, Gordon, Fleck, Cooper, Armstrong, Nisbet, Fraser, McLaughlin, Patterson, Hendry, Forrest, McKenna.
REFEREE: Antonio Miguel Mateu Lahoz (Spain): 5
MAN OF THE MATCH: Kieran Tierney (Scotland)