Jesse Lingard: Received his third start from Gareth Southgate and took full advantage with a characteristically energetic performance against Spain. A constant source of conviction and discipline all evening, linking up well with the likes of Raheem Sterling and Jamie Vardy.
Marcus Rashford: Came on in the second-half and struggled to fully impose himself on the game with Spain applying pressure late on. Produced a few nice touches when he came on but cheaply lost the ball too often.
Juan Mata: Made one sumptuous pull-back for Vitolo after 15 minutes, but was largely anonymous all evening as Spain struggled to click in the first half. Replaced for Iago Aspas at half-time.
Ander Herrera: Came on after 56 minutes for his first international appearance and delivered a resolute, tidy performance in midfield for La Roja. Acted as a central component to Spain’s late onslaught, producing a series of driving runs and smart passes.
Paul Pogba: A performance eerily similar to the one he produced against Belarus in September – central to everything, but unable to effectively force the issue. Nearly broke the deadlock with a superb long-rage drive.
Sergio Romero: Enjoyed a largely trouble-free evening as Argentina, buoyed by the return of Lionel Messi, steamrolled past a blunt-edged Columbia side. Collected and distributed the ball well all evening.