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England 1-1 Russia: Three Lions player ratings – Who impressed in Euro opener?

first_img Gary Cahill – 7 – Solid, if uninspiring, at the back. Was rarely under pressure, although was booked after giving away a cheap free-kick at half-way 11 Raheem Sterling – 5 – Struggled to impose himself on the game due to the impressive work of Russian right-back Igor Smolnikov, who consistently blocked Sterling’s attempts to beat him. Looked scared to take on defenders, and compounded his misery with a miss kicked cross when England were breaking Kyle Walker – 8 – A constant attacking threat who linked up well with Dele Alli and Adam Lallana, playing two key passes as England pressed the advantage early on 11 Wayne Rooney – 6 – Controlled possession well in a deeper midfield role, playing some perfect long-range passes. Influence waned in the second half, and was taken off after 77 minutes 11 11 11 11 Danny Rose – 8 – Like Walker, he was a menace from full-back, impressing at both ends of the pitch, although his final ball was often below the required quality 11 11 11 Chris Smalling – 7 – A dominant force in the air, Smalling prevented towering striker Artem Dzyuba ever truly imposing himself upon the game. Also had a good chance to score with a header England failed to capitalise on their dominance in their Euro 2016 opener against Russia, conceding an injury time equaliser to draw 1-1.Despite dominating their opponents for the majority of the game, the Russians held firm, and only conceded from a set piece.Eric Dier curled a free-kick into the far corner to open the scoring, and the Three Lions appeared to be edging towards claiming all three points.However, with just seconds remaining, Vasili Berezutski sent a looping header over Joe Hart which means both teams share the spoils – with Wales top of Group B.Click the right arrow, above, to see talkSPORT’s ratings for the England team… Eric Dier – 9 – Opened the scoring with an excellent free-kick. The young midfielder patrolled the centre of the park with a maturity beyond his years. Eased the pressure on the defence, and allowed the full-backs to attack high up the pitch Dele Alli – 7 – Created a number of chances for both himself and his teammates, but lacked the cutting edge which was expected of him following a stellar domestic campaign Joe Hart – 6 (Click the right arrow, above, to see the England player ratings) – Was rarely troubled by a poor Russia side, but fulfilled all tasks required of him. Could do nothing about the goal, which looped far over his head 11 Harry Kane – 5 – A frustrating evening for the prolific striker, who was often isolated from his teammates. Wasted on set-piece duty 11 Adam Lallana – 7 – Started brightly in the attack and had two good chances on goal, but faded early in the second half. Combined well with the overlapping Walker on the right wing last_img read more

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