England v Costa Rica: How the team rated in Belo Horizonte
BEN FOSTER (GOALKEEPER) 7
Impressive display. Safe handling and one outstanding save to turn Celso Borges' free-kick on to the bar.
PHIL JONES (RIGHT-BACK) 5
Often clumsy and showed nothing by way of creation. Certainly not an international right-back.
GARY CAHILL (CENTRE-BACK) 6
Solid effort from Chelsea's defender. The one member of England's current first-choice defence who can feel fully confident about starting the Euro 2016 campaign.
CHRIS SMALLING (CENTRE-BACK) 6
Often careless in possession. Has failed to kick on and leaves Brazil with work to do to prove he can slot into England's central defence.
LUKE SHAW (LEFT-BACK) 7
Always wanted the ball and showed pace to snuff out occasional Costa Rican attacks.
FRANK LAMPARD (MIDFIELDER) 6
Steady performance on what looks certain to be his final England appearance.
JACK WILSHERE (MIDFIELDER) 6
Worked hard and set up a chance for Daniel Sturridge with a neat flick.
JAMES MILNER (MIDFIELDER) 5
Usual tireless effort but quiet and had little influence on affairs.
ROSS BARKLEY (MIDFIELDER) 6
Some nice touches but the odd concession of possession too. Great promise though.
ADAM LALLANA (MIDFIELDER) 6
He was also industrious with one or two nice touches. Did nothing to harm his reputation.
DANIEL STURRIDGE (FORWARD) 5
Had all England's best chances but not his day in a game that almost deserved to end goalless.
RAHEEM STERLING (MIDFIELDER) 6 - For Lallana on 61 mins
Couple of lively runs and had a penalty appeal turned down.
STEVEN GERRARD (MIDFIELDER) - For Wilshere on 73 mins
WAYNE ROONEY (FORWARD) For Milner on 76 mins
Only players on the pitch for a minimum of 20 minutes have been rated.
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