Marcus Rashford impressed everyone with his performance last night. Rashford scored two goals and delighted the fans. Garry Neville is happy for him and the progress he has made. "He's been like that for a good six months at Manchester United now," Neville told Sky Sports.
"He's back on it.
That period of his life through lockdown when he achieved so much off the pitch, it's hard to focus on football.
I think he's simplified his life, he's still achieving great things off the pitch but in a more measured manner, it doesn't seem as full-on, and on the pitch, we're now starting to see him.
There were people in the last 12 to 18 months that said Rashford needed to be sold at Manchester United.
That was never bought into by me. Manchester United could never sell Rashford.
He's a massive talent, he can improve and he will continue to improve and it's great to see him in an England shirt."
Many criticized Gareth Southgate for not giving Phil Foden a chance.
Last night, Southgate changed his decision, and Foden played from the first minute. Foden was also impressive and this is probably how he secured his place in the team in the following matches. "I thought he did really well because there was pressure on him, there was massive focus from everyone on him.
I would keep those two [Rashford and Foden] in [the team], but I love [Raheem] Sterling, I love [Bukayo] Saka as well so I couldn't really complain if any of them were in.
Sterling has been a brilliant performer for Gareth Southgate so it's really difficult to see, we could see two out of those three with one in behind.
I thought Rashford and Foden were the two outstanding players [vs Wales] that looked most dangerous."