A quartet of 'new' faces got the chance to shine at Wembley – so how did they do?
England's friendly with the United States at Wembley was billed as remembering the past, marking Wayne Rooney's impressive contribution to his country's cause.
But is was also a chance for a sneaky peak into the future as Callum Wilson and Lewis Dunk were handed debuts while Jadon Sancho was given a first start. Alex McCarthy also came on as a second-half substitute.
Here, Press Association Sport assesses the impact the quartet made.
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