England stats show Harry Kane has only been their 15th best player at Euro 2020

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A sports technology platform has ranked England's best and worst players at Euro 2020 so you or your socially-distanced neighbour don't have to.  

You may think that Kalvin Phillips has had a blinder, Jack Grealish can do no wrong or Gareth Southgate just simply hasn't got a clue. 

Or perhaps you're wondering when the real Harry Kane will show up as his poor slump in form continues following the disappointing draw with Scotland.   

Either way, we've compiled a list which will pique the interest of every football fan - naming the best and shaming the worst England players based solely on their stats according to WhoScored

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Jordan Pickford began his career at which club?

Honourable mentions go to Ben Chilwell, Conor Coady, Jordan Henderson, Sam Johnstone, Harry Maguire, Aaron Ramsdale, Bukayo Saka, Jadon Sancho and Ben White, who are yet to kick the ball in a competitive game. 

17. Dominic Calvert-Lewin - 6.00

You can't really blame Everton's star striker as he's barely had a sniff. 

Dominic Calvert-Lewin

16. Marcus Rashford - 6.10

The 23-year-old may have made 22 goal contributions in 37 games in the Premier League for Manchester United but he hasn't really been at the races so far this tournament. 

Marcus Rashford

15. Harry Kane - 6.23

No goals in two games which is below-par by his standards. Only Rashford and Calvert-Lewin below him with the latter having only played a single minute. 

Harry Kane

14. Jude Bellingham - 6.27

As with Calvert-Lewin, you can't really judge him too harshly considering he's only seen eight minutes of action. 

Jude Bellingham

13. Phil Foden - 6.35

Foden was one of the best players in the Premier League at Manchester City. Statistically, he's one of the worst in an England shirt. 

Phil Foden

12. Declan Rice - 6.48

While all the talk has been about Kalvin Phillips, the same can't be said for his partner in crime. 

Declan Rice

11. Kyle Walker - 6.51

Walker hasn't been great, but he hasn't been bad either. However, the jury is still out. 

Kyle Walker

10. Jack Grealish - 6.57

Even though Grealish has only had 30 minutes of playing time, he's already been fouled more times than the rest of his teammates.

Jack Grealish

9. Raheem Sterling - 6.81

Sterling scored the winner against Croatia but struggled badly against the Scots. 

Raheem Sterling

8. Jordan Pickford - 6.89

Mr Reliable has barely put a foot (or glove) wrong. 

Jordan Pickford

7. Kieran Trippier - 6.94

England's World Cup hero has largely picked up right where he left off. 

Kieran Trippier

6. Tyrone Mings - 7.11

Mings has brushed aside the criticism to establish himself as a key cog for Southgate's side. 

Tyrone Mings

5. Kalvin Phillips - 7.11

'The Yorkshire Pirlo' has made one goal contribution from midfield. 

Kalvin Phillips

4. John Stones -  7.15

Stones has been a rock at the back for his side.

John Stones

3. Luke Shaw - 7.28

The left-back has been one of the few bright sparks bombing up and down the flanks. 

Luke Shaw

2. Mason Mount - 7.38

Two of the three Chelsea players in the squad occupy the top two spots in the rankings. Mount has managed more shots than Calvert-Lewin, Kane and Rashford combined.   

Mason Mount

1. Reece James - 7.41

James may only be 21 years old but he's comfortably head and shoulders above the rest.  

Reece James

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