FRASER FORSTER: Did well to deny Jean Beausejour in the first half. Could do little with the two goals. Not a bad debut. 6.
GLEN JOHNSON: First game for England since June and it showed. Lethargic on the ball at times and slow to get forward. 5.
GARY CAHILL: Did well to block the initial attempt in the run-up to Chile's first goal, but could have cut out the cross after. 5.
PHIL JONES: Nearly scored with a header, but looked way too shaky at the back. 4.
LEIGHTON BAINES: At fault for Chile's first goal and looked suspect defending. 5.
JAMES MILNER: Milner edges closer to 50 caps but still fails to show why he deserves an automatic place in Hodgson's squad. A combative presence, but nothing else. 5.
JACK WILSHERE: Showed flashes of good play in the first half but suffered after Chile tried to kick him out of the game. 6.
FRANK LAMPARD: Had a good free-kick in the first half, but barely featured on his big night. 5.
ADAM LALLANA: The best of the three debutants. Offered searching runs on the flank and tracked back too. Still could have done better in front of goal, though. 6.
JAY RODRIGUEZ: Bit of a flop. Tried to be too flash on the ball when simple passes would have done. 4.
WAYNE ROONEY: Worked hard as usual, but was frustrated by a lack of supply. 6.
ANDROS TOWNSEND (on for Rodriguez, 56 minutes): Immediately helped win a free-kick that could have put England back in the game. 6.
CHRIS SMALLING (on for Jones, 56 minutes): All at sea for Chile's second. Clear he is not the answer in defence. 5.
JERMAIN DEFOE (on for Milner, 66 minutes): Gave a bit of impetus to the England attack, with England switching to a more rigid 4-4-2 formation. 6.
TOM CLEVERLEY (on for Lampard, 70 minutes): Brought energy, but was unable to break Chile's midfield up. 5.
JORDAN HENDERSON (on for Wilshere, 70 minutes): Similar to Cleverley. 5.
ROSS BARKLEY (on for Lallana, 76 minutes): Had little time to make an impact. 5.