England were largely disappointing in their 2-0 win against Malta in Euro 2024 qualifying on Friday night.
The Three Lions have already secured their spot in next summer's finals while their visitors cannot qualify, which essentially made the match a dead-rubber.
But Gareth Southgate will not have been pleased with what he saw from his side at Wembley after being pressed into various errors by Malta and failing to create many chances.
Malta went close to taking a shock lead after just 30 seconds when Conor Gallagher was robbed of possession by Matthew Guillaumier and he set through Teddy Teuma, whose curling shot whispered past the far post.
With the first attack of their own, England broke the deadlock on the eight-minute mark. Marc Guehi's clever ball into Phil Foden was taken in stride, and his low cross was diverted in off of centre-back Enrico Pepe, with the ball bouncing in off the fingertips of goalkeeper Henry Bonello and the underside of the crossbar.
Another England mistake saw Malta come close to scoring a surprise goal. Harry Maguire this time surrendered the ball to Guillaumier, with Paul Mbong played in by the midfielder, but he couldn't keep his shot down and once again the hosts were let off the hook.
England wanted a penalty just before the half-hour mark when Kane was hauled down by Bonello, but the Three Lions captain was shown a yellow card for diving instead — a decision which was inexplicably allowed to stand despite a VAR check.
After 39 minutes, England had their first shot of the game — Trent Alexander-Arnold blazed a speculative effort high over the bar to the frustration of the Wembley faithful.
After the break, Marcus Rashford spurned a chance to double England's advantage, reaching a long bal overRead on 90min.com