ENGLAND PLAYER RATINGS!

Stobbsy rates the England stars' performances v Montenegro!
England team photo before 1,000 international v Montenegro

Jordan Pickford
 10/10
Stobbsy says: “Hard to give anything less than a 10/10 for JP. He spent most of the game twiddling his thumbs, but he made some solid saves when he was called into action. Distribution was on point, too, obvs!”

Trent Alexander-Arnold
 8/10

Stobbsy says: “It was good to finally see Trent starting at RB for England – long overdue. His constant crosses from wide caused the opposition all sorts of bother. A comfortable performance!”

Harry Maguire
 8/10

Stobbsy says: “This guy is now a mainstay in Gareth Southgate’s backline and you can see why – leads like a skipper, gets his head on everything and sniffs out any danger!”

John Stones
 8/10

Stobbsy says: “I hope Pep was watching because Stonesy had a cool, calm and collected night at the heart of England’s defence. That being said, he could have played with a blindfold on!”

Ben Chilwell
 10/10

Stobbsy says: “Three awesome assists from Chils should put to bed any debate about who should be England’s No.1 left-back. The position is his now – no question about it!”

Harry Winks
 8/10

Stobbsy says: “Winksy had the ball on a string tonight. Strong in possession, precise with his passing and a solid shield for the back four. He kept the game ticking over like a dream!”

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
 8/10

Stobbsy says: “Man like Ox is on fire. His arrowed finish inside the first ten minutes sent England on their way to Euro 2020. Buzzing about his recent form!”

Mason Mount 
8/10

Stobbsy says: “You wouldn’t have known it was only Mase’s fifth ever senior cap. He played with confidence, always offering for the ball and hunted Montenegro’s defence down all night. The Chelsea boy continues to rise!”

Marcus Rashford 
8/10

Stobbsy says: “Something we learnt tonight: Rashford loves a panna. We saw him dish out at least three nutmegs to helpless Montenegro defenders. His finish was typical – cut-in and bang inside the box!”

Jadon Sancho 7/10

Stobbsy says: “Sanch started the game really brightly but faded in the second half. His performance won’t live long in the memory, but we know there’s plenty more to come from this talented lad!”

Harry Kane
 9/10

Stobbsy says: “A clinical performance from H up top. Three well-taken finishes in just 19 minutes make him now the sixth all-time top goalscorer for England!”

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