All five of the strikers Roy Hodgson named in his 23-man England squad featured in Thursday’s 2-1 win over Wales.
Wayne Rooney continued in midfield from the start, while Harry Kane led the line for the first 45 minutes.
After the break, Jamie Vardy, Daniel Sturridge and Marcus Rashford were all introduced off the bench.
Vardy and Sturridge scored the vital goals, but it could be argued that Rashford impressed more that the Leicester City man.
Despite being on the pitch for just under 20 minutes, Rashford completed more key passes than Vardy and more dribbles.
This is because the Man United youngster is fearless. He just wants to try things on a football pitch.
And that sort of imagination is exactly what England will need on Monday when a rigid Slovakian defence in planted in front of them.
Rashford’s skills were not only displayed during the game. He also dazzled in the warm-up against Wales.
It’s hard to even describe what is going on in the video below, but that’s why it’s so brilliant – defenders won’t have a clue either!
Rashford m’a régalé a l’échauffement pic.twitter.com/N8RL1laL8j
— Bxnto (@Bxnto_) June 16, 2016
Yes, man like Rashy.