Britain winger, Raheem Sterling, has said being more clinical, was a key contrast in their 3-2 win against Spain in Seville.
The Manchester City forward scored twice, his first global objectives in three years, as the Three Lions won.
It was an altogether different story contrasted with the 0-0 draw with Croatia on Friday.
“It was a splendid group execution,” Sterling revealed to Sky Sports.
“I thought we went directly at them from the earliest starting point and we were clinical today.
“A day or two ago [against Croatia] we played some great football now and again yet today I think we played extremely well and took those risks when we expected to.
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