Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling scored the only goal as England got their UEFA Euro 2020 campaign off to a winning start by beating Croatia at Wembley Stadium.
Sterling, who was appointed an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List for his outstanding work off the pitch, put England ahead in the 57th minute.
But one goal was enough for England, who are next in Group D action on Friday when they face Scotland at Wembley.
Man City defender Nathan Ake provided the assist for the winner scored by Denzel Dumfries as Netherlands triumphed 3-2 against Ukraine in Group C.
Former Spurs midfielder and Denmark star Christian Eriksen is in a stable condition after he received emergency treatment during Saturday's Group B encounter with Finland.
The thoughts of everyone at the Premier League are with Christian and his family.