However, a line-up displaying nine changes was outplayed for the opening 45 minutes.
More subs followed throughout the second half which disrupted the flow of the game, although England were enjoying a much greater degree of control than in the first half and Dier squandered a decent chance to add a second when he skied a left-footed strike over the bar from just outside the area.
The 20-year-old was England's goal scorer in their 2-1 loss to Spain in their Nations League opener at Wembley, and he was the match-winner for Gareth Southgate's men against Switzerland, ghosting in at the back post to apply a crisp volleyed finish to Kyle Walker's deep cross in the 54th minute.
"We also had a tactical issue dealing with Xherdan Shaqiri and Granit Xhaka going so deep, which meant even more running for lads getting their first game of the season".
"We gave them a bit too much respect with the ball".
"The first half was quite predictable really, but the players needed the game".
'Everybody voiced their opinion at half-time, I thought we did better in the second half'.
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"We expect that, we encourage it". We want to have an environment that's demanding because that's the only way we can keep raising the standards.
"It was important then that we solved a couple of the problems they were facing and kept things calm".
While England had an impressive summer campaign at the World Cup, defying all expectations to reach the semi-finals over in Russian Federation, they did so with a relatively young and inexperienced side.
"We could see how good a side Spain were at the weekend", he said.
"I've gone back to Tottenham and had a pre-season there".
"I imagine Croatia are having similar difficulties".