I never really followed every player through the international qualifiers (who watches them?) but at the World Cup I think most of our players have played as good or better than expected? Paul Pogba - The complete midfielder, every match. Ashley Young - Solid and what a corner kick to slab head. When will he stop. Jesse Lingard - Good season at United but feel he's been more consistent with England (or lack of rotation). Marcos Rojo - Mixed but came back into the team and body swapped into Higuain for a moment, what a goal. Victor Lindelof - Performed well albeit in a really defensive team. No mistakes. Romelu Lukaku - Running the channels and through a whole defence at one point, another one of Rio's nightmare to play against. Marouane Fellaini - The enigma that keeps popping up and gets remembered for 1 headed goal (against Japan) and some solid 'get your elbows out and get stuck in' action in midfield. Most pundits agree he's played well and ended up a first team starter in a very good team. Nemanja Matic - Nemanja Matic. David de Gea - Made one mistake after he fell asleep watching Spain play football. It's okay, I've done it myself. Phil Jones & Marcus Rashford - Haven't played but it's coming home. There's plenty of good players that never made it. And it's all relative, I think KDB was good but expected more and Mbappe is nearly Ronaldo. Does this mean we are getting there and actually have a good squad of players that can perform well at the highest level we just need one or two more and it will click? Or do we need to take note and make some changes? How quickly will this turn into anti-Mourinho who has made a career of getting players to perform really well within a system e.g. Lampard.