The Three Lions' 6-1 mauling of Panama was the most goals England have ever scored in a World Cup match and moved them level with Belgium at the top of Group G.
Ashley Young 6
Was given a tough time early on but didn’t see much of the play as the main action mainly occurred on the other side of the field.
Kieran Trippier 9
Some nice set pieces and through balls for his teammates, including three great deliveries that all led to goals as well as a nice chipped pass to set Lingard away to win a penalty.
Jordan Henderson 7
Dominated the midfield and delivered a lovely chip pass that led to England’s fourth goal.
Jesse Lingard 9
After copping a stray elbow early on, he recovered and was responsible for England’s second after being brought down when he was through on goal. His beautiful strike for the third goal was breathtaking.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek 7
Didn't stand out like his teammates but still played well and his strike led to England’s sixth goal.
Raheem Sterling 8
Helped control the game for England in the final third and played a prominent part for the Three Lions' third, fourth and fifth goals.
Harry Kane 8
Kane scored a hat-trick and looks on track to win the golden boot. He almost broke the back of the net with his two penalties and his third came via a very lucky deflection.
Didn’t create much as England went down a few gears in the second stanza.
Was solid when he came on but did nothing of note.
Was partly responsible for Panama’s goal when he played Boloy onside.