England 2-1 Brazil: Cahill fears no one at 2014 World Cup
England's Gary Cahill says they fear no one after beating Brazil 2-1 at Wembley on Wednesday night.
Goals from Wayne Rooney and Frank Lampard were enough to secure the win despite a stunning strike from Fluminense's Fred.
Asked if England had anyone they should fear at the next World Cup, Cahill replied: "I don't think we do now. I thought we did fantastically well against Brazil.
"We also played and beat Spain, which was a more resilient performance when we defeated them here.
"We have proved we can mix it here with the big lads, so I think we have nothing to fear.
"I don't know why we have been doing well against the big teams. Naturally everyone who plays in a big game raises their game a little bit. Why that is, I don't know.
"Against Brazil was very positive. I thought there were a lot of good individual performances and we played really well.
"It was a statement from us of what we can do, probably one of the better performances I've been involved in at Wembley, but we are still learning, we still have a young squad."