Haiti player earns top rating despite England win

Melchie Dumornay (6) takes on England's Lucy Bronze
Melchie Dumornay, right, was the standout player in England’s game against Haiti

England may have got the win against Haiti to get their Women’s World Cup campaign up and running, but it was a player for the tournament debutants who caught the eye.

Melchie Dumornay caused the Lionesses numerous problems with her pace and skill and her stand-out performance has been reflected by her rating by BBC Sport readers.

The 19-year-old Lyon midfielder’s performance was rated 7.25, with Mary Earps earning the highest score for an England player with 6.49.

You can see how all the players rated below.

Player of the match

DumornayMelchie Dumornay

with an average of 7.25


  1. Squad number1Player nameEarps

  2. Squad number9Player nameDaly

  3. Squad number7Player nameJames

  4. Squad number18Player nameKelly

  5. Squad number2Player nameBronze

  6. Squad number23Player nameRusso

  7. Squad number8Player nameStanway

  8. Squad number5Player nameGreenwood

  9. Squad number16Player nameCarter

  10. Squad number4Player nameWalsh

  11. Squad number11Player nameHemp

  12. Squad number6Player nameBright

  13. Squad number10Player nameToone


  1. Squad number6Player nameDumornay

  2. Squad number1Player nameThéus

  3. Squad number22Player nameBorgella

  4. Squad number10Player nameMondésir

  5. Squad number4Player nameJoseph

  6. Squad number19Player namePierre-Louis

  7. Squad number7Player nameLouis

  8. Squad number9Player nameJeudy

  9. Squad number13Player namePetit-Frère

  10. Squad number11Player nameÉloissaint

  11. Squad number15Player nameJoseph

  12. Squad number20Player nameLouis

  13. Squad number21Player nameMathurin

  14. Squad number3Player nameLimage

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