Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson earned his 19th international cap on Friday evening when he turned out for England against Lithuania in their Euro 2016 qualifying match at Wembley.
England ran out comfortable winners, with Wayne Rooney, Danny Welbeck, Harry Kane and Henderson’s Liverpool teammate Raheem Sterling scoring the goals.
But how did Henderson do during his time on the pitch, and what did the supporters think of his contribution?
There were some things that Henderson did well and others that he will look back on with regret.
For example, the man tipped to become Liverpool’s next permanent captain had a passing accuracy of just 77.5 per cent which, when you consider the opponents and the venue, is simply not good enough for a player of his calibre.
He also failed to find the target with any of his three goal attempts, although he did play three key passes while six of his eight long balls found a teammate.
After the match we took to Twitter to see what England supporters thought of the Liverpool vice-captain’s performance and you can read a selection of what we found below:
Great to see Jordan Henderson has been given squad number 4 in the national team. From one legend to a future legend :)— Jelle Dhollander (@JelleDhollander) March 27, 2015
If jordan henderson wasnt playing, England would be good— Jordan Riley (@RJordyriley) March 27, 2015
Am sorry Jordan Henderson is so overrated ! Not good enough to wear the @england shirt ⚽️— Rob McGillivray (@cheekyrob83) March 27, 2015
Jordan Henderson is nowhere near good enough for international football. Zero ability, makes the simple things look difficult.— Thms Clr (@thomasclare10) March 27, 2015
Jordan Henderson can play a great long ball.To the Lithuanian defence.— Ste Mac LUFC (@the_meave) March 27, 2015
No more Lampard and Gerrard tho. Better stick with Michael Carrick and Jordan Henderson. New era.— zfran. (@zafranmustafa) March 28, 2015
Jordan Henderson is, without any doubt, the most overrated footballer in England. No better than Noble (West Ham) or Gardner (West Brom).— Lee Bennett (@benno103) March 27, 2015
Jordan Henderson future England captain, no doubt— Rhegs (@Rheganlyon) March 27, 2015