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How England’s players rated during their Euro 2024 win over Slovakia

Jude Bellingham and Harry Kane rose to the occasion as England came from behind to beat Slovakia in extra time and book their place in the Euro 2024 quarter-finals.

With time running out, Bellingham equalised in stunning fashion before captain Kane wrapped up the 2-1 comeback victory.

Here, the PA news agency ranks the performance of Gareth Southgate’s side.

Jordan Pickford: Could do nothing about the Slovakia goal and had little to do besides watch his team-mates toil to get back in the game. 6 (out of 10)

Kyle Walker: Out of sorts performance from one of Southgate’s elder statesmen as he struggled in both halves of the pitch. 5

John Stones: Poor distribution from the back for another player with such tournament experience. 5

Marc Guehi: Hardest night at the Euros after a fine group stage, early booking did not help settle any nerves but made a crucial flick-on for Bellingham’s leveller. 6

Kieran Trippier: Again looked like a right-sided player filling in at left-back and that has left the team disjointed throughout the finals. 5

Kobbie Mainoo: The one change made by Southgate and the 19-year-old stood tall among a poor team performance before tiring. 6

Declan Rice: A hard task when handed a different partner for the third game running and does not look as dynamic for England as he does at Arsenal. 6

Bukayo Saka: Some flashes of speed and trickery but has largely struggled to make an impact in Germany, switched to left-back as England chased the game. 5

Jude Bellingham: Seemed to have gone missing when England needed him most before delivering a sublime overhead kick deep into stoppage time. 7

Phil Foden: Thought he had equalised but strayed offside when he should have known better and was wasteful in possession . 5