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Germany v England: How the Three Lions rated in Munich

| 08.06.2022

England player ratings v Germany

England are still waiting for their first win in the latest Nations League campaign following Tuesday’s 1-1  draw against Germany in Munich.

Harry Kane scored a late penalty to earn a point for the Three Lions, who improved with the second-half introductions of Jack Grealish and Jarrod Bowen.

We assess the England player ratings on a night when Kane becamee only the third player to score 50 international goals for his country.

Jordan Pickford: Could be questioned over the Germany opener and distribution was lacking at times but still made a couple of important saves. 6 (out of 10).

Kyle Walker: Back in his natural right-back role but unable to venture forward as often as he would have liked. 6.

Harry Maguire: Slightly caught out of position for Germany’s goal on another tough night for the Manchester United skipper. 5.

John Stones: Spoke on the eve of the game about the belief this England side had after beating Germany at Euro 2020 but could not play his part in another victory. 6.

Kieran Trippier: Plays almost exclusively on the left for his country but, like Walker, was often pinned back. 6.


Kieran Trippier, Jonas Hofmann, Germany v England

Declan Rice: Full of running and won a couple of good challenges without ever dominating the midfield battle. 6.

Kalvin Phillips: Forced off early on his England recall after taking a knock he could not run off. N/A

Bukayo Saka: A couple of decent first-half strikes but was largely on the periphery of the game. 6.

Mason Mount: A few bright moments but not enough to catch the eye playing in the number 10 role. 5.

Raheem Sterling: Not the most impressive of his 75 caps and a niggle in the first half seemed to knock him out of his stride. 5.

Harry Kane, Germany v England

Harry Kane: Missed a good chance in the first half and was rarely found for the remainder of the game but still sharp enough to win and score a late penalty, his 50th goal for England, and rescue a point. 7.


Jude Bellingham (for Phillips, 14): Continues to prove his capability at this level despite his age. 6.

Jack Grealish (for Mount, 72): Came on shortly after the travelling fans starting chanting his name and created a couple of chances. 6.

Jarrod Bowen (for Saka, 79): Added fresh impetus down the right. 6.



Warren Barner