Wales were denied a second win at Euro 2016 as England came from behind to claim victory in their much-hyped group game.
Gareth Bale put Chris Coleman’s side ahead before Jamie Vardy equalised and Daniel Sturridge scored a 91st-minute winner to take Roy Hodgson’s team top of Group B with four points.
Chief football writer Phil McNulty assesses England’s performance, while BBC Wales Sport’s Dafydd Pritchard rates the Wales team after their dramatic encounter in Lens.
Joe Hart (goalkeeper) – 4
Shocking attempt to keep out Gareth Bale’s free-kick. Poor.
Kyle Walker (right-back) – 7
Excellent attacking option. He has made the right-back spot his own and played his part as the pressure grew.
Gary Cahill (centre-back) – 6
Almost scored a first-half goal and was comfortable when defensive work needed to be done.
Chris Smalling (centre-back) – 6
Had very few uncomfortable moments as Wales failed to gather any real attacking momentum.
Danny Rose (left-back) – 6
Some shaky moments but again was an attacking force after the break as England pressed.
Eric Dier (midfielder) – 7
Very solid presence in midfield. Looks right at home in the defensive holding role. Can improve his passing, though.
Dele Alli (midfielder) – 6
Determined but with little real impact. However, still a class act in the making. Must keep out of trouble.
Adam Lallana (midfielder) – 7
Creative, one of England’s better players in that dreadful first half and warmly applauded by the fans when he was substituted.
Wayne Rooney (midfielder) – 8 – man of the match
England’s best and most composed player again. Very consistent in the first two games of Euro 2016. Huge influence on the team.
Harry Kane (striker) – 4
Looks tired and off the pace after a long season. Place now surely at risk against Slovakia.
Raheem Sterling (striker) – 4
Missed an early chance and got worse after that with his confidence seemingly low. Hooked at half-time and rightly so.
Jamie Vardy (for Sterling, 45 minutes) – 7
Energetic and got the goal that brought England to life as they finally found some attacking impetus.
Daniel Sturridge (for Kane, 45 minutes) – 8
The match winner. Always willing to try things and has the talent to be a Euro 2016 star.
Marcus Rashford (for Lallana, 73 minutes) – 6
Fearless in his cameo and showed some lovely touches. A golden future.
Wayne Hennessey (goalkeeper) – 6
Having missed the first game with a back spasm, the Crystal Palace keeper made some decent saves but could not stop Vardy and Sturridge’s goals.
Chris Gunter (full-back) – 6
Tactically disciplined as England poured forward, his defensive duties made it almost impossible to help in attack.
James Chester (defender) – 7
Arguably the best player in Wales’ five-man defence, making several important interceptions, tackles and blocks.
Ashley Williams (defender) – 5
Early mistake almost gifted England a goal in the first minute, and it was his header which led to Vardy’s equaliser.
Ben Davies (defender) – 6
Perhaps lucky to avoid conceding a penalty for handball but gave a solid defensive display overall.
Neil Taylor (full-back) – 5
Had his hands full with Kyle Walker and Adam Lallana on England’s right. Defended sensibly and tried to give Wales an outlet on the left.
Joe Allen (midfielder) – 7
Screened the defence expertly and made good use of the precious little possession Wales had.
Joe Ledley (midfielder) – 5
Starting only 40 days after breaking his leg, the Crystal Palace midfielder was typically industrious.
Aaron Ramsey (midfielder) – 8
Worked tremendously hard, sacrificing his attacking instincts to play a pivotal role in a determined Welsh defensive effort.
Gareth Bale (striker) – 7
Not at his elusive best, the Real Madrid forward nevertheless struck with another free-kick and kept England’s defence on their toes.
Hal Robson-Kanu (striker) – 6
Recalled after scoring from the bench against Slovakia, he made himself a nuisance as he harried England’s defenders, albeit without offering an attacking threat.
David Edwards (for Ledley, 67 minutes) – 6
Replaced Ledley and ensured his work ethic was not missed with a similarly committed display.
Jonny Williams (for Robson-Kanu, 72 minutes) – 6
Like Edwards, ran relentlessly but did not have much of an opportunity to threaten in attack.
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