The penalty hero and a cool head when it matters most, exemplified by a breathtaking save in the final minute
Yet again one of England’s best performers and excellent from set pieces but the Columbia goal was undoubtedly his fault.
Maturing with every passing game – a solid, domineering presence in the air.
Made an unbelievable ten clearances and marshalled the defence with astuteness
Still settling into his role but occasionally guilty of being complacent in possession in dangerous areas.
An unspectacular performance but he’s one of the few England players with the maturity to deal with Columbia’s shithouse tactics.
His importance to the team was highlighted by the struggles of Eric Dier but he owes Pickford a debt of gratitude for not becoming the next player on Pizza Hut’s books.
Typically busy and hardworking but lacked composure when in promising positions in the final third.
Clearly not fully fit and really ought to have been brought off much sooner.
Showed a cool head in the face of unforgivable provocation but desperately needs a goal for his confidence.
Influential in a deeper role and showed an almost inhuman level of composure to slot his penalty after Columbia’s stalling tactics.
Came close to a winner late on and looks closer to full fitness with each match.
Wretched performance and bringing on Vardy sooner would have been a more effective tool of seeing the game out.
Yet to truly flourish in this tournament so far but had very little service to feed off.
Basically brought on to score a penalty and did so with emphatic conviction.