World Cup 2018: How the England players rated v Belgium
|2018 Fifa World Cup on the BBC|
|Host: Russia Dates: 14 June - 15 July|
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A much-changed England finished second in Group H after a 1-0 defeat by Belgium.
With qualification to the last 16 already assured, England manager Gareth Southgate made eight changes following the 6-1 win over Panama.
Who stood out? Who has caught the eye ahead of the last-16 meeting with Colombia?
This is chief football writer Phil McNulty's verdict from Russia, along with the ratings you provided courtesy of our player rater.
Jordan Pickford (goalkeeper) 5
Not a great night for Everton's goalkeeper as he faced his first serious test of the World Cup. Looked rusty, lucky to escape a first half fumble but made a couple of good blocks.
Your rating: 5.18
Trent Alexander-Arnold (right wing-back) 7
Excellent temperament and acquitted himself well. Let down by his poor set-piece delivery but one of England's better performers.
Your rating: 5.51
Gary Cahill (centre-back) 6
Superb goal-line clearance and someone who may re-appear at this World Cup.
Your rating: 5.15
John Stones (centre-back) 6
Made several vital first-half interventions before going off injured at half-time.
Your rating: 5.40
Phil Jones (centre-back) 5
Tough night in the aerial battles with Marouane Fellaini. Will not threaten the starters.
Your rating: 4.34
Danny Rose (left wing-back) 7
Caught out by Adnan Januzaj for the goal but did lots of good things elsewhere.
Your rating: 5.38
Eric Dier (defensive midfield) 4
Did nothing to press his claims for a place alongside Jordan Henderson. Off the pace and poor in possession. Game passed him by.
Your rating: 3.87
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (attacking midfield) 5
Has been impressive when given chances for England but not tonight. Quiet.
Your rating: 5.49
Fabian Delph (attacking midfield) 6
Busy and kept going as he tried to make an impression in a poor England display. Arguably England's best midfielder.
Your rating: 4.65
Marcus Rashford (forward) 5
Showed lots of pace and endeavour but should have equalised in the second half.
Your rating: 4.93
Jamie Vardy (forward) 5
Busy but barely a threat.
Your rating: 4.82
Harry Maguire (for John Stones 45 mins): Solid enough second half - 6.
Danny Welbeck (for Trent Alexander-Arnold 79 mins): No real chance to make an impact - 5.