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.
Edgar Barcenas 5
The right winger had a dig from 25 yards that caused problems in the 16th minute and set up Panama’s best chance midway through the second half. Was probably his team’s best player.
Jose Luis Rodriguez 5
The left winger lacked composure when he got an opportunity midway through the first half and was mostly anonymous after that.
Blas Perez 5
The striker wasn’t really given much of a chance with England on the rampage.
Nothing of note but was decent for Panama when he came on.
Felipe Baloy 6
A nice half-volleyed finish that created history when he scored Panama’s first ever goal at a World Cup.
Ricardo Avila 5
Was solid when he came on but didn't really add anything to proceedings.