England player ratings from Honduras draw: Welbeck and Lallana bright sparks as England draw again

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With just a week to go until their World Cup opener with Italy, England played fellow qualifier Honduras in a storm interrupted Miami.

Honduras did their best to match the weather in Miami, with the match stopped for nearly an hour due to an electrical storm. The Central Americans sat deep and put in some tasty tackles to keep England at bay in a 0-0 draw, though in truth, Daniel Sturridge should have netted one of his three decent chances.

Below are the player ratings from the match:

Joe Hart 6/10 - Hart took a couple of risks before the match was suspended, coming out of the area to tidy up. His kicking was a little off at times, while he flapped at one corner just before half time.

Glen Johnson 5.5/10 - The Liverpool fullback did little to dispel concerns over his form early on, losing out to Wigan midfielder Roger Espinoza once when he broke forward and looking shaky at the back.

Gary Cahill 6/10 - There wasn't much to concern the centre of the England defence, with both Cahill and Jagielka enjoying a fairly comfortable run out. Booked.

Phil Jagielka 6.5/10 - A trifle more authoritative than Cahill, more than anything on the account the ball fell in front of his half of the area. Took over the captaincy for the last 15 minutes once Hart, who had taken over from Gerrard, was given a rest.

Leighton Baines 6.5/10 - Better than Johnson on the other flank, Baines had an easier game against his opposite number, and was on the end of nasty elbow from Brayan Beckeles with the Honduran receiving a second booking. Pushed up even more after England's opponents went down to 10 men. Saw his own yellow card after catching Wilson Palacios.

Jordan Henderson 6.5/10 - Henderson got forward a little more than his national and club captain Gerrard, though lacked that bit of class to make it count.

Steven Gerrard 6.5/10 - The England captain was a committed midfield performer alongside Liverpool teammate Jordan Henderson, enjoying plenty of time on the ball as Honduras defended deep, and as the oldest player for England may have felt the effects of the stop-start first half, coming off at the break.

Adam Lallana 7/10 - Did well down the right to set up a chance that Rooney should have scored, and looked comfortable receiving the ball as well as releasing it. Very much at home in international football. Had a late chance after Jack Wilshere's cut back but couldn't beat the keeper. Booked. 

Danny Welbeck 7/10 - Welbeck needed a big performance to ward off the likes of Raheem Sterling from his starting place, and he was one of the most promising attacking threats for England. Forced Honduras goalkeeper Noel Valladares into a save, and produced a superb step over from Rooney's pass after some neat build up that should have seen Sturridge score the opener.

Daniel Sturridge 6/10 - Three of England's best chances fell to the Liverpool striker. It was a surprise when Sturridge missed a decent opportunity that came through to him after Welbeck's dummy, and chipped wide from a good position in the second half. Did well not to react after Emilio Izaguirre booted the ball into his stomach when he was grounded. Had his best chance in the last 20 minutes, heading over from Johnson's cross.

Wayne Rooney 6/10 - The front three all rotated spells in the central attacking role, and it looked to be working well. Rooney hit the target from a long range free kick, but also made the odd poor touch at promising times. Supplied the superb pass that led to Sturridge's effort. Was subbed at half time.

Substitutes - 

Jack Wilshere 6.5/10 45' - Displayed a bit more energy than Gerrard after replacing him, managing to push up further than the England skipper.

Ross Barkley 7/10 45' - Instantly offered a threat on his arrival, linking up with Sturridge well and flashing a long range shot just wide. His skill and pace on the turn scared Honduras once he came on, though the Everton youngster drifted from the game once the raft of substitutions began.

Fraser Forster 6/10 75' - Given a run out by Hodgson for the last quarter of an hour.

Rickie Lambert 6/10 79' - Came on late but didn't really manage to see any of the ball.

Frank Lampard 6/10 83' - A late substitute to earn his 105th cap.

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