Wales' Gareth Bale celebrates after scoring their first goal
After Gareth Bale put Wales 1-0 up against England in their Euro 2016 clash on Thursday, Twitter was not a calm place.
You knew it had reached full scale panic mode among Three Lions fans when Joey Barton began banging the drum for this man... Andy Carroll.
West Ham's Andy Carroll
Barton began bemoaning the fact Andy Carroll was not in England's squad, insisting it was an ideal time to use him.
How he took Rashford over Andy Carroll is beyond me. This game would be ideal to have the big man coming on. #Hodgson— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) June 16, 2016
England boss Roy Hodgson was spoilt for choice with his Euro 2016 squad, and Carroll was never a serious contender, despite his hat-trick against Arsenal late in the season.
Jermain Defoe was also in the mix, and Carroll may only have been England's seventh choice striker - at best.
Hodgson did make changes to the England side and was repaid when both Jamie Vardy and Daniel Sturridge netted to give England a 2-1 win.
England's Daniel Sturridge celebrates scoring their second goal
Sturridge's goal was a result of patient and intricate passing which cut open Wales' defence, and was reward for a dominant second half performance by England.
Whether they would have managed to turn it around by lumping it up to Carroll we will never know, but so far England have shown they are just fine without him.
Barton wasn't happy with the performance though, commenting on Twitter at full-time.
Roy gambled and got lucky. Should never have been in an 'all in' situation in that group. Should have been comfortable.— Joseph Barton (@Joey7Barton) June 16, 2016
Here is a look at what Roy Hodgson probably thinks...
England head coach Roy Hodgson