England made 11 changes to beat Hungary – but Andorra were given the same punishment.
The Three Lions opened the scoring just 18 minutes later with a Langard guard like Manchester United but did not change the heat until the second half.
Just as Tottenham superstar Hurricane found the net in the 72nd minute, Langard completed a brace six minutes later and Arsenal’s Bokayo Saka made it four in the 85th minute.
Here, Duncan Wright of Sunsport described how the England boys came down against Manu.
Sam Johnston – 6.
The first championship for England since Jack Butland three years ago will not be a quieter game.
Get James – 7.
Explained the intention to attack from the bottom right, sometimes very comfortable in possession. It is unfortunate to hit the bar from a long range.
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Connor Cady – 6.
Comfortable with the limited threat of Andorra, close to scoring from overhead kicks. He was happy to be in control when England played back-to-back effectively.
Tyrone Mangs – 6.
The number three defender in the Three Lions squad, calm and composed. There will be severe tests in training.
Kiran Trapper – 6.
Nothing as usual from the Atletico Madrid star. Running runner but lacking the overlapping ability of Luke Shaw when playing on the left.
Trent Alexander Arnold – 5.
How to get involved in midfield seems to be lost, practically anonymous in the first half. Switched to the right after the break and looked much more comfortable but still disappointing.
Jude Bellingham – 7.
Midfield wants one of the three to explode on its own. Beautiful skill to start moving for the opening goal. Best first half, blurred after the break and sub.
Jordan Henderson – 6.
Expelled England from midfield base with orders to play and bar. He did his job well but is unable to determine the speed of the game with high speed.
Bokayo Saka – 7.
Full of positivity in the first start after the penalty kick, the cross from the left went to the first goal. Always showing up despite some difficult tackles at the end.
Patrick Bamford – 5.
Always ready to present yourself despite limited involvement. After the break when well placed, quiet debuted and subdued.
Jesse Langard – 8.
He took his opening goal with the confidence he had last season, refusing a cool second through the offside flag. Extremely creative player, fully deserving of his second goal.
Mason Mount (for Bellingham 61) – 7.
Great back heel to connect with Gresh and win penalties.
Jack Grellish (James 61) – 7.
To make a difference, all I did was work with Mount and earn a fine.
Hurricane Kane (at Bamford 61) – 6.
Secure the game by slotting home spot kicks.
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