It was a Sunday stroll for England as their qualified for the last 16 by knocking six past Panama.
Harry Kane will again grab the headlines after his hat-trick but there were plenty of other impressive Lions on display.
Here, we rate England’s players performance as they cruised through to the second round with plenty to spare.
Jordan Pickford 6
He’s still waiting for something to do two games in. Belgium will provide it, surely.
Kieran Trippier 7
His set-pieces are beginning to excite. Ask John Stones. Right wing-back position now his own.
Kyle Walker 7
Not a day for the England defenders to shine, but his early interception could have saved a goal and that will give him a confidence boost.
John Stones 9
Two goals and he looks like he is loving life at the moment. Panama didn’t have a clue what to do with him from corners.
Harry Maguire 6
Took a few whacks as the embarrassing first-half Panama tactics backfired. Then played them onside for their consolation.
Ashley Young 6
You still want a little bit more from him. In second gear, and Panama had too much joy down England’s left.
Jordan Henderson 7
Another industrious showing and nearly grabbed his first ever England goal.
Jesse Lingard 8
What a goal and what a performance. Will still think he has more to offer than we’ve seen so far.
Ruben Loftus-Cheek 7
A driving force and showed why he was selected. Plenty of endeavour, but has he done enough to oust Alli?
Raheem Sterling 6
Again more questions than answers. You can’t debate the faith the manager has in him but a non-striking striker can’t continue to warrant a starting place.
Harry Kane 8
No footballer will ever get an easier hat-trick. Two penalties and a third he look ashamed to claim. Five goals inside 150 minutes.
Jamie Vardy 5 (on for Kane 63)
Missed opportunity. Didn’t really get a sniff when introduced.
Fabian Delph 6 (on for Lingard 63)
Game was long over when he came on but showed some neat touches.
Danny Rose 5 (On for Trippier 68)
Not close enough to Baloy for Panama’s goal