England v Uruguay: How Roy Hodgson's men rated in Sao Paulo

England line up for a team photo prior to their match with Uruguay.

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez played the starring role as Uruguay beat England to leave Roy Hodgson's men clinging on in Group D after two defeats.

Wayne Rooney had given England hope with his first goal in a World Cup tournament at the 10th time of asking, turning in a Glen Johnson cross to level the game at 1-1, before Suarez delighted the thousands of Uruguayan fans with a powerful finish to secure the points with six minutes remaining.

But how did Roy Hodgson's England men measure up over the 90 minutes in Sao Paulo?

JOE HART (GOALKEEPER) 6

England goalkeeper Joe Hart

Looked nervous at times and was almost caught out twice by corners from Luis Suarez.

GLEN JOHNSON (RIGHT-BACK) 6

England right-back Glen Johnson

Redeemed another uncertain performance with a perfect cross for Wayne Rooney's equaliser.

GARY CAHILL (CENTRE-BACK) 6

England defender Gary Cahill

Solid if unspectacular but both centre-halves were worried by the ominous threat of Suarez.

PHIL JAGIELKA (CENTRE-BACK) 5

England defender Phil Jagielka

Never looked comfortable and fortunate to get away with one horrible first-half slice in England's penalty area.

LEIGHTON BAINES (LEFT-BACK) 5

England left-back Leighton Baines

Been unconvincing at the World Cup so far. The odd decent contribution going forward but nervous defensively.

STEVEN GERRARD (MIDFIELD) 5

England captain Steven Gerrard

Not a great day for England's captain. Lost possession for Uruguay's first goal and it was his misplaced header that led to Suarez's winner.

JORDAN HENDERSON (MIDFIELD) 6

England midfielder Jordan Henderson

Worked hard alongside Gerrard in central midfield but struggled to impose himself to any great extent.

RAHEEM STERLING (FORWARD) 6

England forward Raheem Sterling

The occasional nice touch but never looked like repeating his fine display against Italy, when he was more effective in the centre.

WAYNE ROONEY (FORWARD) 7

England forward Wayne Rooney

England's biggest threat and proved that if he is to play for England, it must be in a central role.

DANNY WELBECK (FORWARD) 5

England midfielder Danny Welbeck

Looked like his efforts in Manaus had taken their toll. Barely had any impact whatsoever.

DANIEL STURRIDGE (FORWARD) 6

England forward Daniel Sturridge

Not as lively as against Italy but had a couple of chances. Again looked short of zip but a danger at times.

SUBSTITUTES

ROSS BARKLEY (MIDFIELD) 5 - For Raheem Sterling on 64 mins

England midfielder Ross Barkley

The odd silky run and touch but could not get into the game enough in his cameo.

ADAM LALLANA (MIDFIELD) 5 - For Danny Welbeck on 71 mins

England midfielder Adam Lallana

Got 20 minutes but could not help England salvage anything.

Other substitutions

Rickie Lambert (for Jordan Henderson, 87 mins),

Only players on the pitch for a minimum of 20 minutes have been rated.

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As It Stood

A

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B

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C

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D

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