Jordan Pickford - 8
Great save to keep out a Stephen O’Donnell half-volley and keep England level. Little else to do but no tongue-lashings from John Stones for his distribution this time.
Reece James - 7
Headed off the line to deny Lyndon Dykes. Shot narrowly over in the second half and did put in one great cross for Kane, but could have got forward more. Fared well in an intimidating battle up against Andy Robertson and Kieran Tierney.
John Stones - 7
Should have done better when hitting the post with an early header. Good block to deny Che Adams an early opener.
Tyrone Mings - 8
Picked up where he left off against Croatia. Passed the ball around well and thrived with the physical battle up against Adams and Lyndon Dykes.
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Luke Shaw - 7
With Scotland preferring to attack down the left, not his busiest night defensively. Endured a slow start having been wiped out in the opening 10 seconds by Dykes. Could have put more pressure on O’Donnell but grew into the game and got forward more as the match wore on.
Kalvin Phillips - 7
Not as influential as he was against Croatia but still looked to get forward whenever possible. Passed the ball around well and not afraid to get stuck in.
Declan Rice - 7
Protected the defence well, performing exactly the job that is expected of him to allow the rest of the midfield to get forward.
Phil Foden - 6
Showed great touches and dangerous when running with the ball but didn’t see enough of it. Withdrawn shortly after the hour-mark for Jack Grealish.
Mason Mount - 6
Another not as impressive as he was against Croatia, having got caught up in a midfield battle with club-mate Billy Gilmour. Side-footed wide from an early Raheem Sterling cross.
Raheem Sterling - 6
Would have liked to have been involved more but when he was in possession, he caused Scotland problems. Sent in a handful of dangerous low crosses which his team-mates were unable to finish.
Harry Kane - 5
A poor performance from the England captain. Barely posed a threat in the final third as he dropped too deep. Rarely involved but when he was, he wasted possession. Did put in a good low cross for James in the second half, but wasn’t enough to spare him an early hooking.
Jack Grealish (for Mount, 63) - 7
Eager to get on the ball, his introduction lifted the crowd. He’ll fancy his chances of starting against Cxech Republic.
Marcus Rashford (for Kane, 74) - 6
Unable to make much of an impact, Dominic Calvert-Lewin will be frustrated he wasn’t turned to instead of the Manchester United man.