One fan did, however, not buy into the global friendly hype. Switzerland had their own good spell though and Xherdan Shaqiri will feel he might've done better when his low drive from the left clipped the outside of the post, but that was as close as they got.
"We had a tactical problem to sort out and so many lads playing their first 45 minutes of the season", he added of the first-half display.
England's Marcus Rashford celebrates after scoring against Switzerland.
A number of changes were made to Gareth Southgate's side as the England boss looked to experiment with a number of inexperienced players such as Trent Alexander-Arnold, James Tarkowski and first team debutant Ben Chilwell, who came on as a second half substitute. Loftus-Cheek, who has become the canary in the mine for England's youth development pathway, had played only 33 minutes for Chelsea this season prior to kickoff, while Delph was making his first appearance of the campaign. In the end, we are over the moon to keep a clean sheet and get back to winning ways'.
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After the latest in a long succession of major tournament disappointments, Switzerland coach Vladimir Petkovic is attempting to give his side a makeover.
Defeat against Switzerland would see England lose four games in a row for the first time in their history but the non-competitive outing in Leicester represents a chance to hand the 25-year-old a well-earned breather.
The victory is England's first since the World Cup quarter-final, and also only Switzerland's third defeat from their last 23 outings across all competitions. "He's had three days of little training, so half-an-hour was flawless to keep him ticking over".
Southgate has lamented England's failure to produce midfielders of the calibre that Croatia and Spain possess. The slickness of their passing did not translate into goal chances, but after their rout of Iceland, the spring in their step augurs well for next month's testing trip to Belgium in the Nations League.