England goalscorers Harry Kane, John Stones and Jesse Lingard led the way in your player ratings as they put six past Panama to register their biggest World Cup victory.
Tottenham striker Kane came out on top after his hat-trick, closely followed by Manchester City defender Stones and Manchester United attacking midfielder Lingard.
Forward Raheem Sterling got two assists but was rated lowest by you of all 14 England players who featured in the game.
The Panama players fared poorly, with only three of them receiving a rating higher than three.
Here are your ratings…
Jordan Pickford (goalkeeper) 6
Bit like England’s opening game against Tunisia – no chance with the goal but real confidence with the ball at his feet.
Kieran Trippier (right wing-back) 8
Emerging as one of England’s World Cup stars. Top class again and deadly set-piece delivery
Kyle Walker (centre-back) 6
Still growing into an unaccustomed position but is a huge asset for England’s back-line with his pace.
John Stones (centre-back) 8
Untroubled at the back but has now emerged as a huge threat in attack in both games. Two headed goals and an increasing force in the opposition box.
Harry Maguire (centre-back) 7
No serious work to do in defence but such a powerful presence at set-pieces.
Ashley Young (left wing-back) 6
Showed good attacking threat but will have greater defensive tests to come.
Jordan Henderson (defensive midfield) 7
Worked as hard as ever and once again not far off scoring.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek (attacking midfield) 7
Cruised through the game. Sound in possession and unruffled at this level.
Jesse Lingard (attacking midfield) 8
Game-changing talent with a golden touch. Brilliant strike for England’s third.
Raheem Sterling (forward) 7
Huge endeavour without much luck in front of goal – helped create Lingard’s stunner, almost scored himself with a header and justified selection.
Harry Kane (forward) 9
England’s captain is the most important figure in the team. Goalscorer, leader – and happily a lucky leader with his hat-trick goal.
Jamie Vardy (for Harry Kane 63 mins): Busy but England lost some momentum when he came on – 6.
Fabien Delph (for Jesse Lingard 63 mins): Same as Vardy – 6.
Danny Rose (for Kieran Trippier 70 mins): Had little or nothing to do – 5.