How did England fare in their 2-1 win over the Netherlands?

ENGLAND (3-4-2-1):

7 Pickford: Made crucial second-half saves from van Dijk and Simons – has had another excellent tournament for England

7 Walker: Kept Gakpo quiet down the Dutch right-hand side and looked happy in either a back five or a four

7 Stones: Won his personal battle with the dangerous Weghorst in the second half – has been the rock at the heart of the England defence all tournament

7 Guehi: Justified his recall ahead of Konsa with a superb defensive display – made a couple of crucial penalty-area blocks

7 Saka: Caused problems down the England right and produced a fine finish for the effort that was ruled out

7 Rice: Helped England control midfield for most of the game – stopped the Dutch from breaking into the box

8 Mainoo: Excellent in the first half in particular – got England onto the front foot looking to play forward

6 Trippier: An improved showing as he pushed on down the left, but the quality of his final ball was still diminished by his preference for his right foot

8 FODEN: Brilliant in the first half, when he had a shot cleared off the line and struck the post, but couldn’t sustain his threat through the second half

6 Bellingham: Only played in snatches, but was still an important attacking presence pushing the Dutch back

6 Kane: Scored his third goal of the tournament from the spot, but had dropped out of the game completely by the time he was eventually replaced


6 Shaw (for Trippier, 46): Added some natural width down the left, but didn’t get forward as often as Trippier did

Watkins (for Kane, 80)

Palmer (for Foden, 80)

Konsa (for Saka, 93)

Gallagher (for Mainoo, 93)

(not used): Henderson (gk), Ramsdale (gk), Gomez, Dunk, Alexander-Arnold, Wharton, Eze, Bowen, Gordon, Toney.

NETHERLANDS (4-2-3-1):

Verbruggen 6; Dumfries 7 (Zirkzee 93), de Vrij 6, van Dijk 7, Ake 6; Schouten 7, Reijnders 6; Malen 6 (Weghorst 46, 5), SIMONS 8 (Brobbey 93), Gakpo 6; Depay 5 (Veerman 35, 5).

Subs (not used): Flekken (gk), Bijlow (gk), van de Ven, Blind, Geertruida, Maatsen, Frimpong, de Ligt, Gravenberch, Wijnaldum, Bergwijn.

Man Of The Match: PHIL FODEN – The midfielder produced his best 45 minutes in an England shirt before the break.