It was supposed to be a comfortable group for England to progress through.
But England never make it easy, do they?
Draws against Russia and Slovakia either side of a last-minute victory against Wales meant that the five points the Three Lions earned weren’t enough to see them progress as group winners.
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All England had to do in their final group match against Slovakia was to win to guarantee top spot. But, after Roy Hodgson made six changes, his side laboured to an insipid 0-0 draw.
Topping the group would have seen England take on a nation that had finished third and giving them a much easier chance of progression to the quarter-finals. However, they will now take on the runners-up of Group F - which could be any one of Austria, Iceland, Hungary or Portugal.
After the miserable 0-0 stalemate with Slovakia, Twitter went into meltdown with England supporters understandably angry. Instead, of having a few beers watching their country on Saturday night, they will now have to wait until Monday to see their side in the last-16.
First in the firing line was Hodgson with many criticising his decision to ring the changes.
But some overlooked Hodgson and blamed some of the players for the performance. It was Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson that got the majority of the blame:
While others were just frustrated that England came second to Wales and could now face a tough match in the last-16.
You can understand the frustrations of England supporters. After the ecstasy of the Wales victory on Thursday, they have been well and truly brought back down to earth after this 90 minutes.
Hodgson may have a few answers to question because many England fans really aren’t happy.