Leicester: England manager Gareth Southgate recognised his side have vast room for improvement despite bouncing back from three consecutive defeats as a much-changed team edged past Switzerland for a 1-0 friendly win thanks to Marcus Rashford's victor.
Harry Maguire added: "There were a few words spoken between the boys at half time, the pressing was bits and bobs, the gaffer had a stern word with us".
Southgate has raised concerns over the lack of opportunities afforded to English players in the Premier League, making the pool he has to select from ever shallower. Kane will want to keep playing and keep going, but maybe he doesn't even know. "We had to stop the rot after three straight defeats and kept a clean sheet too".
"The players certainly had a lot to say to each other when they first got into the dressing room".
Marcus Rashford's second-half strike was enough to earn the Three Lions their first win in three games. "They were frustrated after the first half". They dug in through that tough period and we were able to make some tactical changes at half-time and put some physically sharper players on. Delph offered little forward thrust either, meaning that it was often left to Rashford to take the initiative by turning and running at the Swiss back three.
The England boss also made a raft of substitutions after the breakthrough, including bringing on striker Harry Kane in the 61st minute despite having indicated that he would be rested.
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"He's got huge competition for places at his club so you can understand that", Southgate said.
"We know the performance could have been better". To have 30 minutes, no big issue.
Rashford subsequently went to Euro 2016 as England's boy wonder but only played a cameo role in that tournament and was then largely a substitute at this summer's World Cup.
"He's got two goals this week, some of his performances with us have been really good but to finish with two really good finishes is very important for him".
Ronaldo's nine goals in the 27 internationals he had played by the same age outweighs Rashford's tally of five - although only 11 of the latter's caps have come from games which he has started compared to Ronaldo's 19.