Marks out of 10 for Northern Ireland and England players from the World Cup qualifying match at Windsor Park.
Maik Taylor: Surprisingly little to do, but made a sharp stop to deny Owen and superbly saved a Lampard drive.
Tony Capaldi: Had his work cut out against Shaun Wright-Phillips in the first half, but came out a winner in the end.
Stephen Craigan: Like his defensive colleagues, dealt comfortably with whatever England had to throw at him.
Aaron Hughes: Combined well with Craigan to keep England's lone striker Owen under control. Rarely troubled.
Chris Baird: Another who must have expected a torrid time and did not get one. A solid display on the right.
Steven Davis: Put himself about in a hard-fought midfield battle and supplied a perfect pass for Healy's winner.
Damien Johnson: A strong display helped starve the England midfielders of space to create chances.
Stuart Elliott: A robust presence in midfield, helping to make world-class opponents look average.
Keith Gillespie: Always lively in attack and combined well with Healy. Tracked back well as England looked for an equaliser in the final minutes.
James Quinn: Worked tirelessly despite the general lack of service. Sent one curling long-range shot wide and always had his markers on their toes.
David Healy: Kept the pressure on the England defence and was rewarded when he slotted home his only real chance to give his side a famous victory.
Warren Feeney (replaced Quinn, 79 mins): Little time to make an impact, but sent one shot just wide late on.
Ivan Sproule (replaced Healy, 88 mins): Not on long enough to have any influence on the game.
Michael Duff (replaced Elliott, 90 mins): No time to impress.
Paul Robinson: Could not be faulted for Healy's goal and showed good handling when called upon.
Luke Young: Not as comfortable as he would have hoped. Struggled to deal with Healy's pace.
Rio Ferdinand: Played Healy onside for Northern Ireland's goal. Handled aerial presence of James Quinn well.
Jamie Carragher: Solid defensive display from the Liverpool man. Did what was required of him.
Ashley Cole: Caught out by David Healy for Northern Ireland's goal. Not his usual solid presence.
Steven Gerrard: Made the occasional threatening foray, but did not impress himself on the match.
David Beckham: An energetic display in which the captain displayed his full range of passing.
Frank Lampard: Disappointingly anonymous in the first half. Unlucky with one second-half shot which flew wide.
Shaun Wright-Phillips: Lively in the first half and caused plenty of problems for Tony Capaldi. Made way for Joe Cole early in second half.
Wayne Rooney: Threatened to boil over in the first half. Calmed down after half-time, but made very little impact.
Michael Owen: Well marshalled by the Northern Ireland defence. Opportunities were few. Unlucky with one close-range first-half overhead kick.
Joe Cole (replaced Wright-Phillips, 54 mins): Made an immediate impression down the right. Lots of endeavour, but crossing was a touch wayward.
Jermain Defoe (replaced Gerrard, 75 mins): Unable to make much of an impact against a fired-up defence.
Owen Hargreaves (replaced Lampard, 80 mins): Looked shaky at the back. Gave away possession on the edge of the box.
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