England 0-0 Brazil: five talking points from the draw at Wembley | Sachin Nakrani

Jamie Vardy and Marcus Rashford impressed but there was bad news for Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Brazil showed intimidating solidity at the back

Once again England lined up with a two-man attack, with the difference from the encounter with Germany being it was Marcus Rashford and not Tammy Abraham who started alongside Jamie Vardy. The 20-year-old had spoken prior to kick-off of his preference of being part of a strike partnership and he linked up well with Vardy. With Harry Kane to return, there is only one starting place available should Gareth Southgate persevere with a front two and, as such, potential candidates have to impress when given the chance. Vardy and Rashford both did that here and for the head coach that is no bad thing as he looks to keep his players on their toes ahead of World Cup squad selection.

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