England rebounded from their unexpected losses, defeated Bulgaria 6-0, defeated the Czech Republic, and is now on the verge of next summer's European 2020 qualifier.
However, Monday's game in Sofia was devastated by the shocking behavior of Bulgarian supporters, who supported some of England's players with racist insults.
This international competition was supposed to be a celebration of England, but as football became further into the dark ages, it ended in a frustrating mood.
England midfielder Jordan Henderson revealed after the game that the team is determined to let Bulgaria suffer on the court instead of walking away, allowing racist supporters to win.
The results showed that the England team won an easy victory, the victory should have been bigger, and many players missed a good chance.
So how do the players in England perform in these two games and how does their performance affect the WhoScored qualification ranking?
Sterling won a penalty in England's defeat of the Czech Republic and directly scored three of Bulgaria's six goals (two goals, one assist).
At the same time, Kane was a "WomenScored Man" in both games and even scored the perfect WhoScored 10 in the game against Bulgaria.
The England captain scored in both games and showed a hat-trick on assists against Bulgaria, although it was disappointing to score once on Monday.
Marcus Rashford excelled in Sofia and performed well against the Czech Republic. The Manchester United striker achieved great success in 7 minutes and he completed the most dribble (5).
He is now the sixth-highest WhoScores player in the England Qualifiers, rising three places, following the newly recruited Tyrone Mings, who made his debut in the first three Lions show earlier this week. deep impression.
莱斯特左后卫本·奇维尔（Ben Chilwell）在对保加利亚的稳定表现之后，排名上升了四位，升至第七位。这位22岁的球员在英格兰的首场比赛中被丹尼·罗斯（Danny Rose）忽略了，但在保加利亚证明了他应该是他们前进的首选左后卫。