England head coach Roy Hodgson
England were sensationally knocked out of Euro 2016 in embarrassing fashion as they lost 2-1 to Iceland in Nice.
They had taken the lead through a Wayne Rooney penalty after Raheem Sterling was fouled in the fourth minute, but were embarrassed as Ragnar Sigurdsson finished off a move from a long throw within two minutes of England's opener.
Iceland took a shock lead when Kolbeinn Sigthorsson fired home from the edge of the area, with the ball slipping under Joe Hart - embarrassing the Manchester City goalkeeper in the process.
Loads on loads of toil followed England in the second half but it was a terrible performance from England, and questions at the very least have to be asked of Roy Hodgson - in all fairness he should be out the door before his feet touch the floor.
Here are the ratings on a truly embarrassing night for English international football:
Joe Hart - Another howler in this tournament for Hart, he really has to keep out Sigthorsson's goal - 2
Iceland's Kolbeinn Sigthorsson scores their second goal
Kyle Walker - Lost Sigurdsson on the second phase of the set piece for the equaliser, tried to go forward but didn't offer much - 3
Chris Smalling - Involved in some great standing off that led to the second Iceland goal, missed England's last chance. His partnership with Cahill found wanting - 3
Gary Cahill - Did the same standing off that Smalling did, much of what his partner did applies to Cahill - 3
Danny Rose - Was the full-back that was getting caught out whenever Iceland countered, a night to forget - 3
Iceland's Ragnar Sigurdsson celebrates scoring their first goal
Eric Dier - The only midfielder that looked like he knew how to play in midfield in the first half, but even he wasn't that great. Didn't understand his withdrawal at the time as there were worse performers - 5
Dele Alli - Clean strike in the first half that wasn't far away but looked lost overall - though he did make the odd promising run. Looked like a season at the highest level has caught up with him - 4
Raheem Sterling - Perhaps justified his selection within three minutes as his run forced the penalty for the opening goal but frustrating for much of his performance prior to his withdrawal - 4
Wayne Rooney - Confident and well-taken penalty, culpable in the build-up for the equaliser. Snatched at one chance, but looked lost and lacked leadership when England needed it most. Simply awful - 3
England's Chris Smalling, Dele Alli and Wayne Rooney react after Iceland's Kolbeinn Sigthorsson scores their second goal
Daniel Sturridge - Wonderful ball through to Sterling for the penalty, clever ball for volley from Kane that tested the keeper but he had his frustrating moments as well, including carelessly giving the ball away, late chance created late on. Doesn't help he was played out of position - 5
Harry Kane - One effort from distance in the first half, baffled he ended up back on set-pieces, forced a decent save on the volley, needs to do better with headed chance in second half - 4
Jack Wilshere - Great ball for Kane, at least changed the dynamic of the midfield a little but largely ineffective - 4
Jamie Vardy - One or two occasions he looked as if he could stretch the back line but rarely had the space - 4
Marcus Rashford - Showed more enthusiasm in 10 seconds than most of his teammates did in 90. Shame he was on so late he couldn't have an effect - N/A