It’s humiliation for Hodgson as Hart blunders
ENGLAND suffered their worst embarrassment for 66 years, crashing out of Euro 2016 to minnows Iceland. Roy Hodgson’s men turned in a dismal, shambolic display to seal their own Brexit and leave manager Hodgson, below, facing the sack and an ignominious end to his reign. Wayne Rooney had even put them in front with a fourth-minute penalty but that was wiped out by Ragnar Sigurdsson from a trademark long throw within two minutes before Kolbeinn Sigthorsson’s shot slithered through the hands of Joe Hart before half-time. England’s defeat against the smallest country to reach a major finals sent shockwaves round the world just as the 1-0 loss to USA had done at the 1950 World Cup.