It was a night that saw England go out of Euro 2016 with a humbling, humiliating defeat by minnows Iceland that cost manager Roy Hodgson his job.
But just how bad were England’s players as they suffered a 2-1 loss in the last 16 in Nice?
BBC Sport’s chief football writer Phil McNulty rates the players who contributed towards one of England’s most embarrassing results.
Joe Hart (goalkeeper) 4
Dreadful tournament summed up by his error for Iceland’s winner. Overheated again in the tunnel before kick-off. Made a couple of decent saves but damage done.
Kyle Walker (right-back) 4
His worst night of what had been a good tournament. Recalled but was caught out for first goal and wasted any attacking positions.
Danny Rose (left-back) 4
No shortage of effort but still looks short of international class.
Chris Smalling (centre-back) 4
Uncertain under physical pressure from Iceland’s attackers. Never looked totally settled.
Gary Cahill (centre-back) 4
Same as Smalling and the rest of England’s team. Nervous, unsettled, poor.
Eric Dier (midfield) 4
Had a good tournament and one of just four players to start all four games, but was way off the pace on Monday. Taken off at half-time but will come again.
Dele Alli (midfield) 4
Struggled to make any sort of impact on this game – and indeed Euro 2016.
Wayne Rooney (midfield) 4
Another who had played well but this might just have been his worst England performance. Never seen so many passes go astray in the second half.
Raheem Sterling (forward) 4
Surprisingly recalled despite doubts about his confidence. Won a penalty but his confidence looks shot. Substituted.
Harry Kane (forward) 4
Complete nightmare. Missed a good headed chance in the second half and took a collection of the worst free-kicks and set-pieces seen at this level.
Daniel Sturridge (forward) 4
Busy early on playing on the right of the front three but completely wasted out there. Faded along with everyone else.
Jack Wilshere (for Dier 45 minutes) 4
Nowhere near fit enough to be taken to this tournament and could not put his imprint on the game.
Jamie Vardy (for Sterling 59 minutes) 4
Plenty of pace and energy but by then the game’s pattern was set.
Marcus Rashford (for Rooney 86 minutes) No rating
Almost a contender for England’s man of the match with his running and endeavour…in his four minutes.
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Source: BBC Football Read Original Article: 'Nervous, unsettled, poor' – how England's players rated