The Three Lions are getting better as the tournament goes on, and in the space of half a week, Harry Kane has scored his first three goals.
Chief football writer Stuart Rayner assesses the players.
Jordan Pickford – kept on it at 4-0 up to keep England's incredible record of not having conceded 7
Kyle Walker – sold John Stones short with a first-half pass but generally solid 6
John Stones – not really being noticed in this tournament, which is god news for the centre-back from Barnsley 6
Harry Maguire – has added so much to this side since return from injury - including a goal now 8
Luke Shaw – having been involved in both goals against Germany, he made the two goals in four minutes which settled this one 8
Kalvin Phillips – that he got his first rest of the tournament shows his importance to this team. Held his discipline and dodged a booking 6
Declan Rice – a swerving shot was the eye-catcher but an excellent performance as a holding midfielder 7
Jadon Sancho – a bold selection choice justified by his positive approach and the odd moment of magic 7
Mason Mount – will be better for the 90 minutes after his enforced isolation 7
Raheem Sterling – a brilliant pass for Harry Kane's opener and played in Shaw to create the third 8
Harry Kane – very nearly scored a hat-trick. His Germany goal has transformed him the way we all hoped it would 8
Jordan Henderson (for Rice, 57) – scored his first goal for England 7
Jude Bellingham (for Phillips, 64) – N/A
Marcus Rashford (for Sterling, 64) – N/A
Kieran Trippier (for Shaw, 64) – N/A
Dominic Calvert-Lewin (for Kane, 73) – N/A.
Not used: Grealish, Ramsdale, Mings, Coady, Foden, Chilwell, Johnstone.
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