England A disappointing goalless draw against rivals America at World Cup Friday night. The Three Lions had a chance to top Group B and also confirmed their place in the knockout stages of the competition with a win. But they now face Wales on Tuesday to ensure they win ahead of USA and Iran, with the Welsh finishing last. Express Sport rates and slates England players who failed to beat USA in Qatar.
Jordan Pickford – 6
Sound manipulation when needed but often frustrated by lack of options for quick delivery.
Kieran Trippier – 6
Set-pieces never tested the US and he was occasionally slow with the ball. Then he would occasionally make a disastrous pass.
John Stones – 6
His pace helped keep England in shape when they threatened to stretch out.
Harry Maguire – 7
Confidence is still growing as he hits his 50th cap and dazzles with a left-arm run. His sound title is important.
Luke Shaw – 6
The delivery was disappointing at times and could not connect with Mt in the same way against Iran.
Declan Rice – 6
A mature, composed performance looked after the USA runners, but was often overwhelmed by sheer numbers.
Jude Bellingham – 6
The Quiet One came this time with an odd vision of what he could do with a flash. We must remember that he is still a child.
Mason Mount – 5
His usual energy seemed to be lacking, resulting in England’s threat levels diminishing. Not on the right wavelength.
Bugayo Saka – 6
An uncharacteristically modest performance given recent England form. He doesn’t have a killer instinct with the opportunities he’s had.
Raheem Sterling – 5
A testing chance before the break was brushed aside but he would have liked to have seen more runs at a shaky USA defence.
Harry Kane – 5
Holds the ball well, but few spectacular layoffs. He would have expected to have done better in an earlier opportunity and headed for death.
Jack Grealish (on for Sterling, min 69) 7
Jordan Henderson (at Bellingham, min 69) 6
Marcus Rashford (on for fellow, min 78) 6
USA (4-3-3): Turner 6, Test 7 (Moore 77), Zimmerman 7, Ream 7, Robinson 6; McKenney 8 (Aronson 77), Adams 7, Moses 7; Weah 7 (Sargent 83), Wright 7 (Reina 83), Pulisic 7.
Man of the Match: Weston McKenney – USA covers everything impressive about performance.
Referee: Jesus Valenzuela (Venuzuela)
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