Patrick Bamford had no service. Jesse Lingard found a way. And Trent Alexander-Arnold should stay out of midfield.
Stones dropped his first clanger in some time but did at least atone for his mistakes.
Football is taking a roundabout route before it makes its way home, then. Foden is the chauffeur.
England's best and worst players both got themselves sent off in a damaging and dreadful defeat against Denmark.
Alexander-Arnold might never play well for England. Few players did in the first half but some stepped up.
A fresh England side had plenty of positives from victory over Wales. Jack Grealish is quite good, eh?
There were few standout performers in Le Havre but the Lionesses remained disciplined to grind out the win...
When the UEFA Nations League knighthoods are handed out, Fabian Delph and Jesse Lingard are first in line.
A stinker of a first half, but real change thereafter. Rose excellent, but more central midfield questions...
We're not just talking Trippier, Pickford and Kane here. We're talking Pope and Welbeck.
Tell us again that Raheem Sterling is England's weak link. It's time for some sad player ratings.
Sir Harry Kane. Sir John Stones. Sir Harry Maguire. Sir Jordan Pickford. It's coming home...
Take a bow, Jesse Lingard. Ruben Loftus-Cheek was also lovely, but that defence….
Not much up top, but we were missing our front three. So actually, pretty darn good...
Praise for Rashford, Cahill and Kane, but not so much for Alli, Sterling and others.
It's good news for Lallana, Stones, Vardy and Henderson. It's bad for Dier. Poor thing.
Vardy stated his case more than most, but a game to raise more questions than answers. Unhelpfully.
Kinds words for Smalling, Drinkwater and Lallana. Not so much for Stones or Milner.
Harry Kane fluffed his best chance at becoming a regular starter. Carrick and Lallana also played. Apparently.
Theo Walcott and Adam Lallana starred for England, but it's difficult not to worry about Harry Kane.