England dominated Monday’s clash with Slovakia but they could not make it count in the final third. Roy Hodgson’s Three Lions drew 0-0 in St Etienne, as Wales beat Russia 3-0 to top Group B. The England boss made six changes for the final match of the group but his stars could not deliver a match-winning performance. So how did they fare? Click the arrow above, right, to see how talkSPORT scored the players and substitutes. Remember, every game at Euro 2016 is live on talkSPORT and you can see the different ways to listen, here. 14 Joe Hart – 6 – The Man City goalkeeper had very little to do as Slovakia grew increasingly happy with a draw. Barring a mix-up in the second half with Smalling, Hart was relatively untested. 14 Nathaniel Clyne – 7 – After Kyle Walker’s impressive performances so far in Group B, Clyne was handed a start for the final match and he took his chance well, getting forward regularly on the right-hand side, providing some dangerous crosses which could not be converted by his team-mates. Harry Kane – SUB THREE – 6 – The Premier League golden boot winner had a late chance when he headed wide of the target but he had limited time to make an impact on the game. 14 Gary Cahill – 6 – The Chelsea defender caused concern when he pulled up with an injury in the first half. Fortunately he recovered, but he had little to do for the rest of the match. 14 Adam Lallana – 7 – The Liverpool midfielder has been impressive for England in all three Group B matches as he looks to make things happen. He is just lacking the clinical ability in the box as goalscoring is one of the weaknesses in his game. Ryan Bertrand – 6 – Like Walker, Danny Rose has been impressive for England on the left-hand side and Bertrand got the opportunity to shine in the final Group B outing. He did not have as much luck as Clyne going forward, while he had little to do defensively. 14 14 Daniel Sturridge – 6 – He failed to take his chances but the Liverpool man – who scored against Wales last time out – looked to make things happen. He could have got on the score sheet when Dier sent a creative ball over the top in the second half. Jack Wilshere – 5 – The Arsenal midfielder was not as influential as he would have liked, as his passing could not carve open the Slovakia defence and he was replaced by Wayne Rooney in the second half. 14 Dele Alli – SUB TWO – 7 – Nearly made an instant impact after coming on as a substitute, Martin Skrtel clearing his effort off the line. Like Rooney, Alli looked to make things happen and he sent a late 20-yard shot flying over the bar. Wayne Rooney – SUB ONE – 6 – The Three Lions captain came on and looked to make things happen after replacing Wilshere in the second half. 14 Eric Dier – 8 – The Tottenham midfielder was Stan Collymore’s man of the match in talkSPORT’s live commentary as he was highly influential for the Three Lions. There was also concern when he pulled up with injury in the second half, but he soon recovered, sending a classy chip over the top which Daniel Sturridge could not convert. Jordan Henderson – 5 – Injected a lot of energy as usual but his final ball was poor and he wasted a number of crosses by overhitting them. 14 Jamie Vardy – 6 – He could have netted in the opening 20 minutes after sprinting past Martin Skrtel, but his shot could not beat goalkeeper Kozacik. 14 14 14 14 14 Chris Smalling – 6 – Barring the second-half mix-up with Hart, the Manchester United defender rarely had anything to do alongside Cahill as Slovakia essentially parked the bus.