England vs Brazil

England vs Brazil Player Ratings as Endrick scores his first goal

England vs Brazil summary

England hosted Brazil at Wembley in the 27th meeting between the two nations on international stages. After exchanging shots and threats, Seleccao finally managed to score first and the last one in the game. Endrick, who came on to replace Rodrygo, broke the deadlock ten minutes to stoppage time handing Brazil the win.

Gareth Southgate started John Stones and Harry Maguire in the centre-half area, with Kyle Walker and Ben Chilwell operating at the flank. Jude Bellingham dictated the midfield, covered by Phil Foden and Anthony Gordon on both sides.

From the guest team, Dorival Júnior relied on the trio of Vinicius Junior, Raphinha, and Rodrygo Goes upfront. Young goalkeeper Bento made his debut today due to injuries of two main goalies Alisson Becker and Ederson Moraes. Both teams are scheduled to play again on Tuesday with England playing another home game, this time against Belgium while Brazil are to face Spain at Santiago Bernabeu. Here’s England vs Brazil Player Ratings:-

England Player Ratings

Jordan Pickford – 6.9|Made two saves but not enough to prevent England from losing.

Kyle Walker – 7.9 | Leaving the pitch earlier in the 20th minute, made way for Ezri Konsa.

John Stones – 7.2| Winning all of his aerial duels, subbed off four minutes after England conceded.

Harry Maguire – 6.6| Losing the ball four times without winning any ground duels

Ben Chilwell – 7.5| Losing more ground duels (3 out of 7), only successfully delivered one cross.

Declan Rice – 7.4| Delivering 90 percent of his passes, made two tackles but lost the ball nine times.

Conor Gallagher – 7.1| Winning six ground duels out of 11, being fouled three times.

Phil Foden – 7.2| Delivering four accurate crosses, losing the ball nine times. No shots both on and off the goals.

Jude Bellingham – 7.3| Causing problems in Brazil’s midfield, being fouled multiple times but losing the ball 14 times.

Anthony Gordon – 7.4| Sending two shots on target but blocked entirely.

Ollie Watkins – 6.4| No shots on target, losing the ball nine times.

Substitutions

Ezri Konsa – 6.9| Winning three ground duels in six attempts, being fouled three times.

Jarod Bowen – 6.6| Losing the ball three times, no shots delivered

Joe Gomez – 6.4| Winning one ground duel with dispossessing the ball four times.

Lewis Dunk – 6.4| Having 27 touches with 92 percent of accurate passes.

Kobbie Mainoo – 6.6| Earning his senior team debut, replacing Conor Gallagher in the second half.

Marcus Rashford – 6.5| No shots delivered, sending only 71 percent of his passes.

Brazil Player Ratings

Bento – 7.5| Made a crucial save in the first half to keep England from scoring

Wendell – 6.8| Winning three ground duels and delivered 95 percent of his passes.

Lucas Beraldo – 6.7| Committing three fouls, made two blocks and interceptions.

Fabrício Bruno – 7.1| Playing the whole game, delivering 95 percent of successful passes

Danilo – 7.3| Playing the whole game, winning three ground duels

Bruno Guimaraes – 6.7| Winning nine ground duels out of 15 attempts, providing threats for England multiple times.

João Gomes – 7| Made three successful clearances and two tackles.

Lucas Paqueta – 7.3| Winning seven duels in the midfield, delivering three key passes

Vinicius Junior – 6.4| Not his best day as the England players were focused on guarding him.

Raphinha – 6.5| Had his two shots blocked, sending 84 percent of accurate passes.

Rodrygo Goes – 7.5| Giving threats to England’s defensive line.

Substitutions

Endrick – 7.4| Coming on replacing Rodrygo, he scored the winning goal after spending only nine minutes on the pitch.

Andreas Pereira – 7| Helping Brazil to open the space in the attacking area.

Savio – 6.5| Helping the team to create chances in the second half.

Douglas Luiz – 6.5| Delivered 83 percent of accurate passes

Bremer – N. A | There was not much he can do, playing only one minute to stoppage time.

Pablo Maia – N. A | There was not much he could do, playing only one minute to stoppage time.

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