ENGLAND made 11 changes from their Hungary thrashing – but still dealt the same punishment to Andorra
The Three Lions opened the scoring just after 18 minutes with Manchester United ace Jesse Lingard but didn’t turn up the heat until the second half.
Here, SunSport’s Duncan Wright rates how the England boys got on against the minnows.
SAM JOHNSTONE – 6
First Championship player to start for England since Jack Butland three years ago and won’t have many quieter games.
REECE JAMES – 7
Made intentions clear by looking to attack down the right from the off, sometimes too casual in possession. Unlucky to hit bar from long range.
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CONOR COADY – 6
Comfortable with the limited Andorra threat, close to scoring with overhead kick. Happy enough to stay in control when England effectively played with a back two.
TYRONE MINGS – 6
Cleary the number three defender in Three Lions squad, calm and composed in possession. Will face sterner tests in training.
KIERAN TRIPPIER – 6
Nothing but consistent as ever from the Atletico Madrid star. Willing runner but lacks overlapping ability of Luke Shaw when playing on left.
TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD – 5
Looked lost in how to get involved in midfield, virtually anonymous in the first half. Switched to right side after break and looked far more comfortable but still disappointing.
JUDE BELLINGHAM – 7
The one of the midfield three looking to burst forward at will. Lovely skill to start move for opening goal. Excellent first half, faded after break and subbed.
JORDAN HENDERSON – 6
Drove England on from base of midfield both with play and barking out orders. Did his job well but unable to dictate pace of game with higher tempo.
BUKAYO SAKA – 7
Full of positivity on first start since penalty agony, cross from the left led to first goal. Always kept showing despite being on end of some tough tackles.
PATRICK BAMFORD – 5
Always willing to offer himself despite only limited involvement. Blazed over when well placed just after break, quiet debut and subbed
JESSE LINGARD – 8
Took his opening goal with the confidence he played with last season, denied a cool second by an offside flag. The most creative player, fully deserved his second goal
MASON MOUNT (on for Bellingham 61) – 7
Brilliant back-heel to link up with Grealish and win penalty
JACK GREALISH (on for James 61) – 7
On to make a difference, did just that combining with Mount to earn penalty
HARRY KANE (on for Bamford 61) – 6
Made the game safe by slotting home spot-kick
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