The disappointment was obvious at the final whistle and there can be no doubt Roy Hodgson may ultimately regret making so many changes, the risk-taking that accompanied his choice of personnel and the unmistakable sense of an England side, once again, making life unnecessarily difficult for themselves.
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“Don’t take me home, please don’t take me home,” sang the Wales supporters on an evening when there was never any danger that Chris Coleman’s players would do anything other than prolong their stay in France. Inspired by Gareth Bale, Wales were irrepressible as they subjected Russia to a humiliating defeat and secured their place in the knockout stage of Euro 2016 as group winners.