TEAMtalk rates the England players' performances following Saturday's hard-fought 1-0 victory over Belgium at Wembley.
JOE HART: Some decent saves and would have been helpless had Guillaume Gillett's blockbuster hit the inside of the post instead of the outside. 7.
GLEN JOHNSON: Did little to dissuade those who do not believe he is England's best right-back. 6.
GARY CAHILL: Made one interesting foray forward and unlucky to be forced off with head knock after 19 minutes. 6.
JOHN TERRY: Mixed reception for the former captain but helped shut out Belgium with two different centre-back partners. 7.
ASHLEY COLE: Mixed bag for England's most capped full-back. Restricted going forward but produced usual quota of crucial blocks. 7.
SCOTT PARKER: Not the same player who tore into Spain in November but still a useful shield. Needlessly booked. 6.
STEVEN GERRARD: Usual energy and drive but mostly on the back foot. Won the ball in midfield to help set up Danny Welbeck's goal before hobbling off worryingly near the end. 7.
ALEX OXLADE-CHAMBERLAIN: Seemed just a little too eager to please. Bad miss early on and failed to make the most of other attacking opportunities. 6.
ASHLEY YOUNG: Lovely threaded pass set up Danny Welbeck's goal. Did not quite come off for him otherwise. 6.
JAMES MILNER: Did little to warrant a starting place against France. 5.
DANNY WELBECK: Sublime finish for his first senior England goal. Did well with what little ball he saw before being withdrawn. 7.
JOLEON LESCOTT (for Cahill, 19 mins): Fitted into the back four seamlessly and even shrugged off a bloodied head to keep Belgium at bay. 7.
WAYNE ROONEY (for Welbeck, 53): Helped give England a little more attacking impetus. 6.
JERMAIN DEFOE (for Young, 66): Gave Roy Hodgson something to think about with a livewire cameo. Unlucky to hit the post. 7.
THEO WALCOTT (for Oxlade-Chamberlain, 66): Also looked a threat when he came on but wasted a great chance to launch a break and make the game safe. 5.
PHIL JAGIELKA (for Terry, 70): Renewed more-than-useful partnership with Lescott. 6.
JORDAN HENDERSON (for Gerrard, 83): Little time to make an impact. 5.