Pack away the flags. Put the song-sheet down.
Roy Hodgson wasted no time after the match in confirming he would be leaving his position, all hope of a new contract having been wrecked by Iceland, though quite where the Football Association goes in search of a successor is a mystery.
Takk fyrir Island. Thank you Iceland.
He may have being sacked from his day job on Sunday but Gudmundur Benediktsson probably does not care much now.
For Roy Hodgson it was a desperate and ignominious way to end his four years as England manager. Whatever else happened in that time, his period in office will probably always be remembered for the full-on humiliation that accompanied this defeat and the knowledge it will rank among the more infamous results in the history of the national team.
Iker Casillas stood alone at the side of the bench watching as Spain’s era came to an end.
Antonio Conte charged back towards the Italy dugout, leapt up at the roof and tried to scramble on top of it. The manager’s eyes were wild and crazy. He then bolted for the pitch, stopping to embrace the wing‑back Mattia De Sciglio, before heading towards the celebrating throng.