Jordan Pickford (Everton) produced a great save to deny Timo Werner just over a half-hour into the game, and then made another good save to tip a fizzing Kai Havertz attempt over the bar early in the second period. At 1-0, a Thomas Muller effort sailed just wide, but he's having a terrific tournament. (7/10).
Kyle Walker is a character in the film Kyle Walker (Manchester City) To begin with, his passing was terrible, but he worked hard defensively on the right side of the three. (7/10).
John Stones (Manchester City) Impeccable. He seemed to win every aerial duel, and his passing was often good. (7/10).
England's best threat from set pieces was Harry Maguire (Manchester United), who got his head on a couple of first-half efforts that Manuel Neuer saved. Defended admirably, as did the pair next to him. (7/10).
Trippier Kieran (Atletico Madrid) Excellent support for Bukayo Saka in front of him and Walker behind him at right wing back. It's not only that he's a taker of set-pieces. (7/10).
Philipps, Kalvin (Leeds United) Early on, he struggled as Germany's midfield easily bypassed him, but he evolved into the role and was never afraid to get his hands dirty. Surprisingly, a substantial challenge on Toni Kroos was scheduled near halftime. Occasionally, passing was excellent.(6/10).
Declan Rice from West Ham United was able to calm down the pressure brought by Germans midfielders who are among the world class midfielders. Although, he was fouled after going hard on Leon Goretzka, he managed to hold the pressure. (6/10).
Luke Shaw-Manchester United defender, adapted quick the game after his start and therefore he managed to provide an assist to the Sterling's goal. (6/10).
Bukayo Saka (Arsenal Fc) was fearless and direct to his opponents. He managed to win a freekick and brought more pressure to the German defenders. Although, he was replaced by Jack Grealish in the second half. (6/10).
Harry Kane from Tottenham Hotspur was able to score his first goal of the tournament after a long wait. He fought for his national team even if he was the captain. He did not touch the ball that much but he managed a shot on target before scoring. He was also involved in Sterling's goal for England. (6/10).
Raheem Sterling(Manchester City's Striker) made had a shot on goal that did not yield any score since Nuer made an incredible save. He fabulously finished a leashed cross from Luke Shaw and hence scoring the first goal of the match. (8/10).
Jack Grealish came into the match on the 69th minute after Bakayo Saka was substituted and he changed the game. He played a major role in creating the first England's goal by Sterling and also assisted Harry Kane's goal. (7/10).
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