Raheem Sterling was the standout player for England in an otherwise disappointing friendly performance against Norway.
Roy Hodgson’s side won the game 1-0 thanks to a Wayne Rooney penalty but Sterling was one of the only individuals to light up a half Wembley with some exciting attacking play.
Here are five key stats from the Liverpool man’s performance last night.
7 – He made seven key passes during the game, which was more than any other England player.
2 – The number of dribbles he completed against a dogged Norwegian team. Again, more than any of his teammates.
2 – The number of tackles he made during the game. The joint highest along with Chelsea defender Gary Cahill.
86% - His passing accuracy during the game, which is 16% better than his accuracy during the 3-0 Liverpool win against Spurs.
67 – The number of touches he had during the game. That’s 20 more than Liverpool teammate Daniel Sturridge produced and a remarkable 38 more than captain Rooney.
Sterling’s performance bodes well for England’s first 2016 European qualifying game against Switzerland this Monday.