Yes he had energy, but I don't remember him contributing one positive action all world cup. He screwed up loads of chances where he was through on goal or should have been. He didn't create anything and should have done. Personally I think he was a waste of space. Rashford should have got more time. He might not have the best end product at times, but at least he can hold the ball up, pass and take on players. In terms of performance to value I think he was the worst I can remember in the world cup. Ok sure maybe some craps teams with worse players who didn't perform, but even just forgetting value I can't think of any players as bad as Sterling. I don't get where any of the positive noise was coming from. Please enlighten me if I missed something, I'm happy to be proven wrong, but for me Sterling was one of the reasons England didn't do better in the world cup. Not saying it would have made a difference to end results, but something positive has to be better than nothing. Similarly I thought Ali and Dier ordered very little. Disappointed not to have seen more of Ruben who seemed calm, composed and added a lot of control.