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<b>Marouane Fellaini</b><br/>
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Started from deep but is better further up the pitch. Some of his passing was too ambitious and wasteful. 5/10

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The Football Association has so far declined to comment after it emerged that some England players were required to take sleeping pills having taken caffeine tablets before Tuesday's postponed match against Poland.

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