In pictures: England v Andorra
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England beat Andorra 4-0 at Wembley to continue their 100 per cent win record in the World Cup qualifiers thanks to a Jesse Lingard brace, Harry Kane penalty and Bukayo Saka header. Express Sport reporter Matthew Dunn delivers his verdict on how the Three Lions players performed.
SAM JOHNSTONE 6
Could not have asked for an easier way to win his second England cap. Will not have broken sweat.
REECE JAMES 5
Cracking shot against bar from midfield but for some reason he really struggles to be an England right back.
TYRONE MINGS 7
Totally dependable figure at the back, allowing England the possession levels they should have done better with.
CONOR COADY 6
If only he had not shinned that acrobatic overhead kick this would have been quite a day to
KIERAN TRIPPIER 6
Always a dependable figure on either flank but set pieces and attacking ambitions a little bit short.
JUDE BELLINGHAM 7
With is attitude, determination and invention he showed he will be a very promising player for England soon.
JORDAN HENDERSON 6
Must have felt like somebody’s dad at a school party. Helped marshall the young England players well enough.
TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD 5
Really struggled to make any sort of impression in midfield and only improved once switched to right back.
JESSE LINGARD 8
Two goals were a sign of a player who knows how to take an opportunity when presented with one.
PATRICK BAMFORD 5
Blazed his one chance over the bar and looked hopelessly out of his depth. Against Andorra.
BUKAYO SAKA 7
Buzzed dangerously around the Andorra defence to the delight of the Wembley crowd and deserved his goal.
HARRY KANE (for Bamford 62) 7
JACK GREALISH (for James 62) 6
MASON MOUNT (for Bellingham 62) 7
ANDORRA (5-4-1): Gomes 5; C Rubio 6, C Garcia 5, Vales 6, Llovera 6, San Nicolas 5 (Cervos 86); Clemente 5 (Martinez 74), Rebes 6, Vieira 5 (Lima 86), J Rubio 6 (M Garcia 74); Sanchez 5 (Fernandez 66, 5).
REFEREE: Anastasios Papapetrou (Greece) 7
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