Former England manager Glenn Hoddle has lamented the fact that Roy Hodgson's side are looking close to an early World Cup exit due to a "schoolboy" error.
Speaking on ITV after the team's 2-1 defeat to Uruguay, Hoddle was critical of the manner in which the game was lost in the closing stages.
"It's a schoolboy goal," he said. "One punt down the pitch. You won't see another goal in the World Cup like that."
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A Scotland fan spotted basking in England's World Cup demise alongside Uruguay fans told ITV he was "worried" his antics would "go viral".