How England players rated after 0-0 draw with Slovenia

The England team that lined up against Slovenia tonight
The England team that lined up against Slovenia tonight

Joe Hart was clearly the star man but how did the rest of Gareth Southgate's team fare.

JOE HART: After a quiet night against Malta, the goalkeeper had to put in an all-action display to secure England a point. Produced some remarkable saves. 9/10

KYLE WALKER: The marauding Tottenham right-back summed up his frustrating night by hitting a cross well over late in the first half. 6

GARY CAHILL: Looked flustered on the night of his 50th international cap and was fortunate to come away with a clean sheet, as well as 90 minutes under his belt. 5

JOHN STONES: The Manchester City centre-back was England's best defensive outfield player, but that is not much of a badge of honour. 6

DANNY ROSE: Back in the starting line-up after Ryan Bertrand's hamstring injury, he struggled to make an impact and wasted a fine late chance. 6

ERIC DIER: Displaced Wayne Rooney in the line-up but had a poor game. At times guilty of gifting Slovenia the ball all too easily, with a nightmarish 10th minute the peak. 5

JORDAN HENDERSON: Led the side out for the first time in the absence of captain Rooney, but he tried to be too much to too many. Busy but that is about it. 5

THEO WALCOTT: Struggled to make a telling impact against Malta but got another chance - one he failed to grasp. 5

DELE ALLI: Kept in the number 10 position behind Daniel Sturridge but often anonymous. Rene Krhin kept a constant eye on him, but could have shown for the ball more. 6

JESSE LINGARD: Gareth Southgate was suitably impressed by the winger on his debut but his follow-up was less captivating. 6

DANIEL STURRIDGE: A nuisance in the box but unable to really test Slovenia's outstanding goalkeeper Jan Oblak. 6


ANDROS TOWNSEND (for Walcott, 62): Injected enthusiasm into the attack as soon as he was introduced. 6

WAYNE ROONEY (for Alli, 73): Close to scoring soon after his introduction. Settled things a little. 6

MARCUS RASHFORD (for Sturridge, 82): A change that was crying out to be made, but came too late. 6