ENGLAND'S humiliating Euro 2016 defeat to Iceland was one of the lowest moments in the national team's long history - and there have certainly been a few. It all started so well when Wayne Rooney slotted in from the penalty spot.
But Ragnar Sigurdsson and Kolbeinn Sigthorsson grabbed the goals to turn the game on its head before Iceland - with a population of just 330,000 - held on for more than 70 minutes to complete the win.
The short-term ramifications were obvious: The Three Lions crashing out of another major tournament more years of pain. First thing's first, the manager did not last long.
In fact, Roy Hodgson resigned immediately after the game before he was given the boot. Sam Allardyce came in, beat Slovakia 1-0, then left after 67 days and was replaced by Gareth Southgate, promoted after his fine work with the Under-21s.Read more on thesun.co.uk