England lost 2-1 at home to Netherlands on Tuesday night.
England had stunned the world by coming from 2-0 down to beat the world champions Germany 3-2 on Saturday evening, but their performance against Netherlands fell flat in comparison.
Jamie Vardy's opener appeared to have set England on their way to another win, but Vincent Janssen's penalty and a late Luciano Narsingh winner handed Danny Blind's men the victory.
The game saw Roy Hodgson rotate his starting line-up having played Germany on Saturday, and one player who came into the side was Liverpool forward Daniel Sturridge.
Sturridge has had well-documented injury problems for some time now, but he came through an hour of England's clash, starting the game up front alongside Jamie Vardy.
The 26-year-old couldn't find the back of the net, but he'll be pleased to have proved his fitness and put himself in contention for Hodgson's 23-man squad for Euro 2016 this summer.
After the game, Sturridge took to Twitter to offer his reaction to the defeat, admitting that he was pleased to have played but was unhappy with the result, before predicting 'big things' for this weekend's huge Premier League clash between Liverpool and Tottenham.
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