Performance mirrored that of the team. Dominated in first half and skittish after break. Redeemed himself with tremendous Mandzukic stop.
Silly yellow card for time wasting and then his defensive instincts were questionable for leveller. A recurring theme in Russia.
Almost gifted Perisic his second goal. Punishment soon followed when he critically lost Mandzukic. Earlier header was cleared off the line.
Can count himself very lucky that neither VAR or the onfield officials punished his first-half injury-time tug on Dejan Lovren.
A nagging hamstring complaint saw Henderson’s influence diminish. Did not have physicality to try and put his foot on the ball after break.
Should have been the hero after beautiful fifth-minute free-kick. Errors soon crept in, however, especially when ignoring Perisic’s run.
Was in the team to create and did not do this. Further tasked with using energy to disrupt Croatia and also failed.
Contributed to secondhalf surrender, despite earlier winning freekick for goal. Deep role, like at Euro 2016, did not suit him.
A fifth start of the tournament proved a bridge too far for the Three Lions veteran. Removed for Danny Rose.
Unbelievably spurned two golden quick-fire efforts in first half. Then dropped far too deep in a harmful attempt to dominate.
Was liveliest player for England and it was a surprise when he was hooked. Still, however, goalless in Russia. Will come again.
Marcus Rashford – 6
Showed willingness, yet the big chance didn’t come his way.
Danny Rose – 7
Made several driving runs and probably should have started this match.
Eric Dier – 6
The penalty hero against Colombia didn’t get another chance.
Jamie Vardy – N/A
Barely touched the ball when he came on after Trippier’s injury.