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England player ratings vs Hungary: Harry Kane disappoints as Mason Mount proves theory right
13/10/2021 10:33:00

Jordan Pickford The Everton goalkeeper had little chance at keeping out Roland Sallai’s well-taken spot kick. Nothing to do otherwise. 6


Kyle Walker Had a lot of the ball and rarely gave possession away but there were few notable pieces of action. 6


John Stones Looked utterly delighted to have scored the equaliser, which required impressively quick reactions. Comfortable on the ball and despite not being part of the first XI plans at Manchester City still seems assured of his spot for the national team. 7


Tyrone Mings Had very little to do against an opponent more than happy to cling on for a point. 6


Luke Shaw Should have no complaints about the penalty as his boot was raised to a dangerous height. Spent much of the second half in the final third. 5


Declan Rice Cleaned up well but limited impact in attack. A few too many sideways passes. 5


Mason Mount Tried hard but continues to look a couple of levels off his sharpest. He did not press with his usual tenacity and did not create a single opportunity. One of several who needed a much longer summer break. 5


Phil Foden Provided the delivery for Stones’s goal, although it took a deflection off a largely unaware Rice on the way. England’s most creative player again but had nowhere near the same amount of freedom compared to Saturday evening’s stroll in Andorra. 7


Raheem Sterling Slow start but grew into the game. The recipient of some rough treatment from Hungary’s defence. Replaced by Jordan Henderson as England changed shape for final quarter of an hour. 6


Harry Kane Had a couple of OK sights of goal early on but appeared heavy-footed and notably dropped deeper as frustrations grew against an obdurate visiting defence. He has started seasons slow before but for him to be still misfiring in mid-October must be a concern. Justifiably hooked for Tammy Abraham for the final 15 minutes. 4


Jack Grealish Won the foul that led to Stones’ equaliser but was not at his most impactful. There were some groans as he was substituted for Bukayo Saka with just over an hour on the clock but England needed something different. 6


Substitutes


Bukayo Saka (for Grealish, 62) Lively without causing clear damage. 6


Jordan Henderson (for Sterling, 75) n/a


Tammy Abraham (for Kane, 75) n/a


Ollie Watkins (for Abraham, 90; inj) n/a


Unusued: Sam Johnstone, Aaron Ramsdale, Kieran Trippier, Conor Coady, Fikayo Tomori, Ben Chilwell, Jadon Sancho, James Ward-Prowse.

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