A quietly competent performance from the Manchester City man. Made six saves, none of them particularly challenging.
Problems at both ends of the pitch. Bamboozled by Belgium's rotating forwards in defence. And in attack, he got no change out of Jan Vertonghen.
Little time to make an impact before Dries Mertens's snide push sent him careering into Hart, sustaining a jaw injury in the process.
For a man who loves to let everyone know he is around, this was a subdued performance. Went off after feeling a hamstring injury.
You don't have to like him, but you do have to respect his enduring quality over 94 caps. Six games away from becoming England's sixth centurion.
A typically tenacious performance from the Tottenham man, who happily looks to have got over his Achilles injury. Booked.
Eye-catching, but not always for the right reasons. Tried too many 'Hollywood' passes and struggled to make much of a positive impact.
Not the most glamorous of England's options out wide, but certainly the hardest working. Also delivers a decent cross.
Slipped when taking an early shot, and despite some positive moments is not likely to contend for a starting berth against France.
His run of goals for England came to an end, but he assisted Welbeck for the winner. Nailed on for the second striker role during Rooney's ban.
Where Andy Carroll offers physicality and power, Welbeck provides clever runs and neat touches. His finish was a peach. Could start against France.
A win is a win, but England were often made to look leaden and inflexible by a side that did not qualify for Euro 2012.
Typically assured, and ended the game looking like a Terry Butcher tribute act after getting his head bandaged.
Replaced Terry - might the former Everton pairing of Lescott and Jagielka prove England's best bet at Euro 2012?
The much-maligned Liverpool man had no time to make an impact.
Did not get into the game as England concentrated on defending their lead late on.
It's nice to see him in an England shirt again, that's for sure. But Rooney contributed little.
A sharp cameo from a man destined for a supersub role. Hit the post.