Twitter reacts after Iceland Brexits England from Euro 2016

On Monday, Iceland, a country with a population of around 332,000 beat England, a nation of 53 million people, in what many are terming as the biggest upset in soccer history.

Goals from Ragnar Sigurdsson and Kolbeinn Sigthorsson pushed Iceland past England and into the quarterfinals of the Euro 2016 tournament.

Unsurprisingly, 桑拿会所 users were less-than complimentary of the English performance.

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One 桑拿会所 user provided an idea of how big the gap is between the two European nations.

Many pointed out how cocky some English fans were before the game; and at least one freshly inked Iceland fan may have gotten ahead of himself. (Maybe it is a stick-on?)

Some English fans found solace in the bottom of a cup.

Many made remarks which were tied in with the U.K.’s recent decision to exit from the European Union.

Immediately after the loss, England manager Roy Hodgson announced he was stepping down. He was following in the footsteps of British Prime Minister David Cameron, who immediately announced he would step down after losing the Brexit vote Thursday.

With Hodgson gone, the search is on to find his replacement.

As one English fan pointed out, there’s always next year as the English Ladies, who made the World Cup semifinals in 2015 will be playing in Euro 2017.

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