England and Iceland faced off in Nice for a place in the Quarter Finals of the European Championships. England took a early lead with a Wayne Rooney penalty and looked on course for a comfortable win, however Iceland equalized moments later and went on to take the lead in the 18th minute. The scoreline remained the same , and England’s humiliation was complete. Here are 5 things we learnt as Iceland beat England
1. Disaster for England, again!
The story for an England squad at a major tournament is almost same, a very talented and promising squad coming short of expectations. This defeat, however, is a new low for a lot of England players, regarded the best in almost 10 years. England were woeful in all of their games and were really lucky to have won against Wales. Their shortcomings were highlighted in the second half where they failed to break the Icelandic defence.
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