England turned in a Jekyll and Hyde performance at Wembley last night. The three Lions were frightening on the front foot and embarrassing at the back. The game ended 5-3 at the national stadium.
There were goals for Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane and Jadon Sancho. However, it was a humiliating night for Michael Keane and Harry Maguire - England conceded three to the international newbies.
Kosovo's first goal was a glimpse into how good Liverpool have become. The goal also served to demonstrate how Jordan Henderson struggles to adapt his game to the international stage - although it is hard to fault him for it.
Michael Keane lost the ball on the edge of his own 18-yard box to allow Kosovan striker Valon Berisha to slot past Jordan Pickford after only 36 seconds. This goal said a lot about Keane's ability but a lot more about the standard Liverpool are playing at at the minute.
Henderson has to take a great deal of the blame for the goal. The Liverpool captain fired a pass into the Everton defender and the 26 year old failed to deal with it. The Reds midfielder should never have trusted his Merseyside rival like that. That pass served to show the standard that Liverpool are playing at - Henderson feels entirely comfortable pinging a pass into a defender's feet when facing a high press.
At Anfield, that ball is no problem - Virgil Van Dijk will take delivery of the pass, set himself and touch it off to a full back or ping a cross-field ball.
Unfortunately for England fans - the Liverpool players in the squad are playing a much more intense club game and it is starting to show.