England warmed up for Sunday’s Nations League decider against Croatia and bid Wayne Rooney farewell with a 3-0 victory over USA at Wembley on Thursday.
Jesse Lingard opened the scoring before Trent Alexander-Arnold’s first England goal and Callum Wilson debut strike wrapped up a comprehensive victory for Gareth Southgate’s men.
Here’s we give each England player a rating out of 10 for their performance
Jordan Pickford – 7
Had very little to do in a first half dominated by England. Made two crucial saves to prevent USA from getting a foothold in the game, including a brilliant stop to deny Christian Pulisic. Substituted at half-time
Trent Alexander-Arnold – 8
A faultless performance from the Liverpool full-back capped by his first international goal. 111 touches, 83 passes and a pass-completion rate of 78.3 per cent.
Michael Keane – 7
Limited the United States to few chances but was bailed out by Pickford when Pulisic was allowed to run through on goal.
Lewis Dunk – 8
Adapted to international football effortlessly. Dunk did not give away a single foul throughout the 90 minutes and completed 96.2 per cent of his passes.
Ben Chilwell – 6
Rarely challenged defensively, the Leicester full-back created two chances in his 58-minute cameo.
Wayne Rooney – 6
Had two shots on target saved and created two chances but a fairy-tale 54th and final England goal eluded him.
Alex McCarthy – 6
Impressed on his first England appearance, securing a clean after replacing Pickford at half-time. Controlled his area well as the USA threatened in the closing stages.
Jordan Henderson – 5, Eric Dier – 5, Ruben Loftus-Cheek – 5, Marcus Rashford – 5.
Analytics by: Skysport