Wales' first World Cup since 1958 ended in devastating fashion as neighbours England strolled to a 3-0 victory at the Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium. Robert Page's side finished bottom of Group B with one point from three games - a 1-1 draw with the United States preceding a 2-0 defeat to Iran.
Rashford's brilliant free-kick and fizzing strike came either side of Phil Foden's goal in Tuesday's 3-0 triumph against Wales, who head home as England gear up for the last 16. "We've got loads of milkshake back at the hotel," Southgate said with a smile. Foden did his chances of a greater role on Sunday no harm in Al Rayyan, but it was Rashford who made the greatest case to start against Senegal.
England have six scorers at this tournament and none of them have been Harry Kane