England have been dumped out of EURO 2016 by Iceland at the last 16 stage, with the Scandinavian side running out deserved 2-1 winners in Nice.
Roy Hodgson and his coaching team had celebrated the fact that they drew Iceland and not Portugal but their joy turned to despair as England blew an early 1-0 lead.
England got off to a great start after just three minutes when Wayne Rooney scored from the penalty spot after Raheem Sterling had been fouled in the area.
Unfancied Iceland drew level shortly afterwards through Ragnar Sigurdsson, and they were ahead inside 20 minutes as Joe Hart failed to deal with a relatively tame shot from Kolbeinn Sigthorsson.
Despite having 17 shots on goal, England rarely looked like scoring and once again failed to live up to pre-tournament expectations.
The fallout from such a terrible performance and surprise defeat has begun already, with Hodgson handing in his resignation in the immediate aftermath.