Fabio's thanks to fans who defied Tube chaos

<!--StartFragment--> ENGLAND head coach Fabio Capello paid tribute to loyal supporters who defied the Tube strike in their thousands to attend last night&rsquo;s clash at Wembley.<br /><br />The Football Association had offered fans refunds if they chose to stay away amid travel chaos caused by the industrial action.<br /><br />But with many Underground lines working despite gloomy forecasts, 57,879 of the 70,000 ticket-holders made it to north-west London to witness a 6-0 rout of minnows Andorra.<br /><br />&ldquo;I think when someone decides to strike it is to create problems but I am very happy about the people who came here,&rdquo; said Capello.<br /><br />&ldquo;They enjoyed the game. I am very happy for the fans, very happy for the people that stayed here. I am happy today.&rdquo;<br /><br />Capello also had a message read out over the stadium&rsquo;s public address system thanking fans who made a special effort to attend the World Cup qualifier.<br /><br />Midfielder David Beckham, who won his 112th cap, also praised the Three Lions faithful. &ldquo;They deserved those goals because we all knew it wouldn&rsquo;t be easy to get to the game and those goals and the performance were for the fans,&rdquo; said the Los Angeles Galaxy player.<br /><br />Frank Lampard, a first-half goalscorer, was also grateful the support. The Chelsea midfielder added: &ldquo;It was great because it was very difficult for the fans to get here. The turnout was incredible and that just sums our fans up.&rdquo;<br /><br />HOW THEY RATED<br /><strong>ENGLAND</strong><br /><strong>Robert Green (6)</strong><br />Did nothing wrong, but then did nothing at all. Had the quietest night a goalkeeper could wish for.<br /><br /><strong>Glen Johnson (8)</strong><br />With little to occupy him in defence, he got forward, linked well with Walcott and had a hand in four goals<br /><br /><strong>Ashley Cole (7)</strong><br />(Bridge 65&rdquo;) Made most of the freedom to attack, putting in some dangerous crosses and causing problems<br /><br /><strong>Steven Gerrard (7)</strong><br />(Young 45&rdquo;) Link-up with Rooney showed further promise but his impact was limited to the first half<br /><br /><strong>Joleon Lescott (6)</strong><br />Useful experience for the centre-back, who didn&rsquo;t put a foot wrong, but was never faced with any sort of test<br /><br /><strong>John Terry (6)</strong><br />Possibly the easiest international he&rsquo;ll have played, Terry did what he had to do &ndash; which was virtually nothing<br /><br /><strong>David Beckham (8)</strong><br />Showed experience and quality in a less familiar central role; range of passing and decision making first class<br /><br /><strong>Frank Lampard (7)</strong><br />Busy without dictating the play the way he might hope, but got on scoresheet and was always a goal threat<br /><br /><strong>Peter Crouch (6)</strong><br />Disappointing impact given his scoring record. Caused few problems although did score, albeit in comic fashion<br /><br /><strong>Wayne Rooney (8)</strong><br />(Defoe 45&rdquo;) Took his goals expertly and always a threat; did more in one half than some did in whole game<br /><br /><strong>Theo Walcott (5)</strong><br />Hugely disappointing. Rarely used his pace to get behind Andorra&rsquo;s defence and decision-making was poor<br /><br /><strong>Substitutes<br /></strong>Bridge 7: Carried on Cole&rsquo;s good work down left<br />A Young 7: Looked a danger and got crosses in<br />Defoe 7: Took two chances well, but missed others <!--EndFragment-->