fanatix takes a look at how the England players performed in the 4-0 World Cup qualifying win over Moldova at Wembley.
Joe Hart: 6
This was never going to be the most strenuous of nights for the Manchester City keeper. He acquitted himself adequately on the rare occasion he was called into action but took liberties with his distribution at times, with short goal kicks that would have been punished by better opposition.
Ashely Cole: 6
The Chelsea man looked dangerous going forward and was never really challenged at the back. At 32, Cole is facing increasing competition from the excellent Leighton Baines and the former Arsenal star must be pleased his rival did not join Manchester United this summer, which would only have further elevated his status.
Gary Cahill: 6
The Chelsea defender had little to do most of the evening, as the away side spent much of the match penned in their own half. But Cahill brought the ball out of defence well and his distribution was tidy.
Phil Jagielka: 6
Like Cahill, Jagielka was rarely called on and rarely at fault. Tuesday’s trip to Kiev will test the Everton man, however.
Kyle Walker: 7
The Tottenham right back given free reign down the flank and took full advantage but was defensively uncalled upon.
Steven Gerrard: 8
Rightly voted man of the match, Gerrard was brilliant throughout and his excellent curving finish put England ahead 12 minutes in. The Captain controlled the game from start to finish.
Frank Lampard: 7
On his 99th appearance Frank Lampard was as smooth as ever and could easily have added to Englands’ tally.
Jack Wiltshere: 7
The midfielder put himself about, getting stuck into to Moldova when the need arose and looked dangerous going forward.
Danny Welbeck: 8
Welback had an excellent game with two first class finishes, as well as having a hand in Gerrard’s first goal. A questionable booking means he will miss England’s game in Kiev, which is a real blow to boss Roy Hodgson.
Rickie Lambert: 8
The Southampton striker is fast becoming an England hero as the 31-year-old made it two goals in two games, a is fantastic start to his international career. He also created both of Danny Welback’s goals. Ukraine will be a entirely different challenge to Scotland and Moldova however.
Theo Walcott: 6
Walcott provided a splendid ball for Wellbeck’s second goal, but otherwise dilly-dallied a lot unnecessarily on the wing, should have been quicker getting balls into the box.