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Raheem Sterling: 7/10
A very impressive England debut for the Liverpool winger who belies his age with some really impressive and mature performances.
His beautiful pass to Ashley Young allowed the Manchester United winger to craft the Three Lions' equaliser, while he was always happy to receive the ball and run without fear.
Steven Gerrard: 8/10*
It's official: Roy Hodgson fell in love with Andrea Pirlo during Euro 2012 and has decided to create his own, slightly less hairy regista to dictate England's game.
The Liverpool skipper put in a fine display and did exactly what was asked of him, showing his ability to keep it it simple and keep the midfield ticking over from deep.
Tom Cleverley: 6/10
Can you get any more typically English than this kid? His work rate is phenomenal—if his team loses the ball, he's goalside of the danger man before you can even blink.
But there's something missing, and it's difficult to put your finger one exactly what that is. He could really do with a goal in an England shirt, couldn't he?
Leon Osman: 7/10
Mr. Movember's long-awaited evening went swimmingly, didn't it? He transformed his domestic form to an England shirt seamlessly and provided a decent passing outlet all game long.
He wasn't afraid to be himself, take players on and have a crack at goal. Impressive confidence.
Ashley Young: 6/10
A really disappointing opening 30 minutes from the Manchester United winger were banished by a sublime cross for Danny Welbeck's goal.
From there, he grew in confidence and performed well. His switch to the right side after half time muted his performance slightly, and was subsequently substituted for Daniel Sturridge.