ENGLAND needed a Marcus Rashford penalty to beat Romania in their final Euro 2020 warm-up match.
The Manchester United star scored the only goal of the game as he captained the Three Lions to victory at the Riverside in Middlesbrough.
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But who was England's best player on Sunday? And did anyone have a game to forget ahead of the Euros?
Here, SunSport's Duncan Wright delivers his England player ratings…
SAM JOHNSTONE – 7
Wayward early kick, but couple of smart low saves on debut. Then saved well with his feet – before stunning stop to deny equaliser.
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BEN GODFREY – 6
Capable display at the back, pushed forward to link up in attack. Steady full debut overall .
BEN WHITE – 7
Calm in possession, looked more assured than defensive partner Mings. Impressive debut.
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TYRONE MINGS – 5
Lapse in concentration in first 30 seconds highlighted fears about ability at highest level. Didn’t improve much afterwards.
LUKE SHAW – 6
Switched off twice to allow Romania in, pushed forward at every possibility. Steady without impressing.
KALVIN PHILLIPS – 6
Pressured well out of possession, quiet on the ball. Went about job without fuss and will be reliable if needed.
JAMES WARD-PROWSE – 8
Busy on and off the ball, excellent in possession and made late claim to manager for selection. Set piece delivery an added bonus.
JADON SANCHO – 7
Looked dangerous from the off, unlucky with shot against bar. Came short too often as England struggled to create.
JACK GREALISH – 8
Ignored the rough challenges to grow in influence, won the penalty and looked biggest threat for England.
MARCUS RASHFORD – 6
Not helped by making runs but not being spotted. Shot wide after one trademark burst, but held nerve to score from spot.
DOMINIC CALVERT-LEWIN – 6
Unlucky with fine header against bar, but should have scored from close range in second half. Quiet display.
Jordan Henderson (for Phillips, 45') – 6
Rustiness obvious, but grew in confidence with body as half went on. Poor penalty but welcome return to action.
Jude Bellingham (for Sancho, 65') – 6
Played more advanced role in midfield, denied maiden international goal.
Declan Rice (for Ward-Prowse, 65') – 6
Did his job ably without being extended.
Jesse Lingard (for Rashford, 75') – 6
Linked up well to help create late chance for Bellingham.
Kieran Trippier (for Shaw, 75') – 6
Had little to test him as he covered at left-back again.
Ollie Watkins (for Calvert-Lewin, 82') – 6
Decent cross to set up Bellingham chance.
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