Chief football writer Stuart Rayner assesses how the England players performed.
Jordan Pickford – an excellent first-half save and he commanded his area well at times too 7
Reece James– an important header off the line from Lyndon Dykes but he was brought in to have more impact going forward 6
John Stones – England's best player should have been rewarded with a goal but his header hit the post after a towering leap 8
Tyrone Mings – very good alongside Stones, making the decision about when to bring Harry Maguire back more difficult 7
Luke Shaw – got forward well at times but it never resulted in the goal England needed 6
Kalvin Phillips – one excellent pass to the offside Phil Foden but unable to recreate his Croatia heroics 6
Declan Rice – did his best anchoring the midfield but it was harder work than at the weekend 6
Phil Foden – a couple of nice touches - one to pluck a Phillips pass out of the air was beautiful - but like his team when he was on the field, not enough end product 6
Mason Mount – produced a few nearly moments but England needed more than that 6
Raheem Sterling – England needed some X-factor to break down a disciplined defence. Sterling is one of many players who ought to have been able to supply it 6
Harry Kane - sluggish and ineffective, England's centre-forward has lost his mojo - hopefully only briefly 5.
Jack Grealish (for Foden, 63) – the crowd were desperate to see him but he could not have the desired effect 5
Marcus Rashford (for Kane, 74) – is yet to get into this tournament 5
Not used: Maguire, Henderson, Trippier, Ramsdale, Coady, Sancho, Calvert-Lewin, Chilwell, Johnstone, Bellingham.
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