England were dire against Scotland on Friday night.
The Three Lions went into the game with plenty of hype behind them, having seen off Croatia in their opening Euro 2020 game.
But they were so, so poor, drawing 0-0 in a game that saw very few clear cut chances, and even fewer moments of actual skill from those in a white shirt.
Scotland were undoubtedly delighted with the point and afterwards, ITV Sport analysed the game, with Roy Keane amongst the pundits.
The former Manchester United star isn’t known for mincing his words and he did not hold back when talking about Declan Rice.
The Irons star played the 90 minutes, just as he did against Croatia, and Keane had a few choice words for him.
Quoted by West Ham Zone, Keane said: “They’re all taking too many touches at the back.
“Rice is coming back, doing nothing. He’s coming back and giving sideways passes. Not good enough.”
This does seem unbelievably harsh on Rice, given that he did his job, and ensured Scotland didn’t score – it’s down to the attacking players to get the ball in the back of the net and seal the three points!