England produced a professional away performance in Kosovo to ensure top spot in their Euro 2020 qualifying group.
Winks opened the scoring on the half hour mark, slotting home a perfectly-crafted team move for his first international goal.
But it was far from vintage from England, regularly being caught out by the Kosovan counter attack and forcing Nick Pope into a busier afternoon than initially hoped.
But England rallied and Harry Kane was not going to pass up a gift presented to him in the closing stages, cushioning the ball home on the half-volley to double the advantage.
Marcus Rashford then wrapped up proceedings for sure, with time for Mason Mount to add a fourth.
Here is how John Cross, our man in Pristina, rated and slated the performances…
His first start and competitive game as Burnley keeper now seems to be No2.
Had to stay back as little chance to get forward, but looked nice and solid.
Made some good marauding runs forward. He’s well established as No1 centre half.
So commanding in every sense – dominated with his size and strength. Excellent.
Not quite as spectacular as Thursday, but still very good both in attack and getting forward.
Might be Rice or Winks, but did well defensively late on. Solid rather than spectacular.
Winks 8 MOTM
Pushed further forward but seized the opportunity to bag his first England goal.
Troubled by an early slip, he recovered and put in another excellent Euros audition.
Not a hint of a hangover from last week. Provided two assists. Excellent.
Wasteful in possession, kept giving the ball away and not making use of it.
Worked hard for the team and got rewarded by extending his remarkable scoring run.
Rashford, for Hudson-Odoi, 59 mins, 7
Mount, for Oxlade-Chamberlain, 73 mins
Tomori, for Alexander-Arnold, 84 mins
Muric 6, Vojvoda 6, Rrahmani 6, Aliti 6, Kololli 7, Rashica 6, Dresevic 6, V Berisha 5 (Halimi, 65, 6), Hadergjonaj 5 (Zhegrova, 73), Celina 6, Nuhiu 6 (Rashani, 82).