England were held to draw in Denmark on Tuesday evening as Harry Kane saw an injury-time effort cleared off the line following an error by Kasper Schmeichel.
Denmark's Christian Eriksen missed some glorious chance for the hosts as neither side could find the breakthrough.
Here, Sportsmail's Daniel Matthews runs the rule over Gareth Southgate's side.
JORDAN PICKFORD - 6.5
Was rarely called upon despite England's defensive struggles but made a brilliant reaction save from Dolberg when first tested from close range. We didn't learn anything new.
Jordan Pickford made strong reaction save from Kasper Dolberg when tested from close range
JOE GOMEZ - 6
The most quiet of England's back three, which is to his credit. No repeat of the untidy challenges which so nearly cost England in Reykjavik.
CONOR COADY - 6.5
Looked assured on debut and trademark crossfield balls were useful in creating openings. But he was unable to prevent England's back three looking vulnerable.
Conor Coady looked assured on debut but was unable to prevent defence looking vulnerable
ERIC DIER - 6
Used his superior passing range to find Alexander-Arnold with some searching passes but still looks brittle defensively. Eriksen left him for dead with one simple turn.
TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD - 6
Looked a promising outlet early on but struggled to make an impact, particularly going forward. Forced to do more defensive work than Southgate would have liked.
DECLAN RICE - 5
Industrious and willing as ever in midfield but offered no penetration going forward. Neither he nor Phillips really got a hold on Eriksen in Denmark's midfield three, either.
KALVIN PHILLIPS – 5.5
Played in an unfamiliar role in an unfamiliar system on debut. Showed some nice touches but struggled to impose himself as England lacked rhythm.
Kalvin Phillips showed nice