Jesse Lingard's second-half goal gave a new-look England side a 1-0 victory over the Netherlands in a friendly in Amsterdam as they continued their preparations for the World Cup in Russia.
It was England's first victory over the Dutch since a 4-1 thrashing at Wembley at Euro '96 and there was plenty to be encouraged by as manager Gareth Southgate re-shuffled his team selection.
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So how did the players rate? Here's BBC chief football writer Phil McNulty's verdict from Amsterdam...
Jordan Pickford (goalkeeper) 6
Couple of anxious moments but lots of confidence with the ball at his feet and safe handling.
Kieran Trippier (right wing-back) 6
Solid night in defence and always a danger in crossing positions.
John Stones (centre-back) 7
Solid and showed composure. Willing to bring the ball out of defence in a manner Southgate will have enjoyed.
Harry Maguire (centre-back, replaced Joe Gomez in the 10th minute) - 6
Gave possession away in a dangerous position in the first half but otherwise was relatively untroubled against this poor Dutch side.
Kyle Walker (centre-back) 8 - MAN OF THE MATCH
Very comfortable in that unfamiliar role on the right side of defence. Pace a real asset there and a big bonus for Southgate.
Danny Rose (left wing-back) 5
Cross led to England's goal but wasted too many other opportunities and did not push his claims for Russia.
Jordan Henderson (central midfield) 7
Provided a good midfield platform. Passing was better than it has been in recent England performances and almost scored with a first-half header.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (central midfield) 6
Pretty anonymous although always hard-working. Still has work to do to present a convincing case for World Cup inclusion.
Marcus Rashford (forward) 7
Made up a lively, speedy front trio with Lingard and Sterling. Should have had a penalty in the second half.
Raheem Sterling (forward) 7
Ran tirelessly all night and was positive every time he had the ball.
Jesse Lingard (forward) 7
Match-winner. Busy and showed the eye for goal that could be vital in Russia.
Jamie Vardy (for Rashford, 67 minutes): Quiet appearance. No real chances. 5
Dele Alli (for Lingard, 67 minutes): Couple of strong runs into the area as England closed out the win. 6
Danny Welbeck (for Sterling, 67 minutes): Had one half-chance at the far post. 5
Ashley Young (for Rose, 71 minutes): Untroubled spell as a sub. His World Cup hopes were helped by Rose's display. 5
Eric Dier (for Maguire, 89 minutes): No rating.
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