Two goals in extra time condemned the Three Lions to defeat
Netherlands fans enjoyed the moment as they beat England 3-1 in their UEFA Nations League semi-final on Thursday night.
The Three Lions led from a first-half Marcus Rashford penalty, however conceded an equaliser from Matthijs de Ligt before two calamitous defensive errors settled the tie.
In extra time, John Stones gave the ball away while trying to play out from the back, allowing Quincy Promes a chance which forced a Kyle Walker own goal.
Then, a misplaced pass from Ross Barkley allowed Promes to bag the third himself.
As the celebrations died down from the conclusive final goal, the travelling Dutch supporters gave their England counterparts a mocking rendition of Monty Python’s ‘Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life’ in perfect English.
You can read a round-up of the social media reaction below.
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#ned fans mock #eng counterparts by singing ‘always look on the bright side of life’. #NEDEN
Dutch fans singing ‘Always look on the bright side of life’ after going 3-1 up. It came from another poor ball out of defence from John Stones, which Barkley struggled to deal with …and Quincy Promes put away for his second