After registering a largely uneventful and forgettable 0-0 draw with Jan Kozak’s rugged Slovakian outfit last time out at Euro 2016, England have once again served to underwhelm without picking up a much needed three points against supposedly ‘inferior’ opposition.
The recent stalemate sees Roy Hodgson’s side fail to claim top-spot among Group B this summer, with Wales proving undeniably effective in that particular department despite admittedly losing to the Three Lions earlier on in the competition.
English football fans – as disjointed and undivided as they can certainly prove at times – have therefore begun to have their say over the somewhat concerning fate of their nation upon the European scene…
Amazing to think 3 games into the tournament the England manager still doesn't know his best starting 11 A game we have to win we look poor!
— Adam Virgo (@Adamvirgs19) 20 June 2016
Although Roy Hodgson definitely seems to have stumbled upon a few important positives to maintain enough confidence going into England’s next game…
England fans too negative, aside from goals let's take positives from 3 good solid performances, the goals will come
— Mark Fealy (@markfealy91) 20 June 2016
…the familiar feeling of uncertainty has seemingly begun to wash through the hordes of Three Lions faithful…
Turn England game on. Hear Škrtel described as a "competent defender". Turn telly off again.
— Graeme Howlett (@kumbdotcom) 20 June 2016
Roy Hodgson himself has seen his name greeted with a fair amount of criticism of late truth be told…
Roy should be sacked immediately, finishing second in this group is a criminal and sackable offence, disgusting
— Slick ⚒⚒ (@iamDomOConnell6) 20 June 2016
…even if England remain far from a team in crisis right in the here and now…
England have qualified & People are still complaining.
We have created so many chances & Looked solid at the back. Stick with the positives
— MC-KIE Garage Legend (@1MC_KIE) 20 June 2016
As the Three Lions have nonetheless struggled against the likes of Russia and Slovakia among Euro 2016 thus far…
Honestly watching England reminds me of LVG at United last season so much, load of possession but no spark in the final third, awful
— Josh Andrew (@JAndy199) 20 June 2016
…relevant betting tips seemingly wouldn’t cast England’s chances in much of a positive light when all is said and done…
Pathetic from England. I don't care we were playing a brick wall, final ball hopeless. No cutting edge. Portugal in last 16+out it is #eng
— James Hendicott (@jameshendicott) 20 June 2016
Yet as anything can admittedly happen in France this summer…
Frustrating game, but at the end of the day, England are though so it's all to play for in the last 16.
— Henry Hall (@henners1988) 20 June 2016
…England arguably still find themselves well within the running among Euro 2016 as things currently stand!