The Tottenham Hotspur duo did not do much right on Monday.
The Three Lions bowed out of Euro 2016 in shock fashion after losing to the minnows at the last-16 stage.
Walker, in particular, received criticism for Iceland's equaliser after failing to track the run of Ragnar Sigurdsson, who latched on to a flick-on to score and lay the foundations for England's embarrassing exit.
The Tottenham full-backs had been impressive in the tournament overall - especially right-back Walker - but the duo were unable to showcase the full extent of their attacking prowess in Nice due to the opposition's high numbers.
"It is not easy to break down Iceland. Take the full backs, Kyle Walker and Danny Rose. In the Premier League, when the game ebbs and flows, they go up and down, enjoying themselves and you can’t stop them," he told The Mail.
"On Monday, against a team which was defending with so many numbers, they had the ball but didn’t know what to do with it because they are not used to playing this kind of game."
It is easy to single out the Spurs defenders but, really, none of England players knew what to do with the ball on Monday night.
It was a shambolic performance when you consider just how strong England are in terms of individuals. Harry Kane, for instance, netted 25 Premier League goals last season but he, along with 10 other players, looked a shadow of themselves.
Walker, on the whole, was one of England's best players in the competition and, despite his error, the 26-year-old can probably hold his head higher than nearly every other player.