Player ratings: Honduras 0-0 England

Adam Lallana. Photo: PA

Joe Hart: Aside from a hairy moment at an early corner, dealt comfortably with the Honduran threat. 6

Glen Johnson: Better than James Milner was against Ecuador, but that is not saying much. Guilty of some poor early errors. A concern for Hodgson 5

Leighton Baines: On the end of several bad tackles yet remained composed, keeping a cool head in difficult conditions. 6

Phil Jagielka: Faced a tough physical battle in difficult conditions, but did his job manfully. 6

Gary Cahill: Booked for a clumsy challenge in a match which saw him look solid for the most part. 6

Steven Gerrard: Withdrawn at half-time, the captain controlled the pace of the game, with his passing range impressive as ever. 6

Jordan Henderson: Broke up the play and impressed enough to be in with a good chance of a starting role against Italy. 7

Adam Lallana: Went close with a deflected effort in the first half and worked well with the other attacking players. Booked for a poor challenge on Roger Espinoza. 7

Danny Welbeck: Playing on the left flank, the United man's directness caused Honduras problems and saw him on the end of several hardy challenges. 6

Daniel Sturridge: Not his best match. The in-form Liverpool striker missed England's best two chances of the night. 5

Wayne Rooney: Played in a more central role alongside Sturridge, linking up well with him. Taken off at the break. Looked below his best in the Miami heat 6


Ross Barkley (for Gerrard, 45): Again guilty of losing possession on occasion, but he also showed many moments of magic with the ball at his feet. Hugely dynamic and injected much-needed pace and energy 8

Jack Wilshere (for Rooney, 45): Another run-out for the Arsenal midfielder as he continues his build-up to match fitness. Linked up well with Barkley and looks to be gaining match fitness just in time 7

Fraser Forster (for Hart, 75), Rickie Lambert (for Welbeck, 79) and Frank Lampard (for Henderson, 83) NOT RATED