England saw their aspiration in the UEFA Nations League thwarted by 3-1 defeat to Netherlands on Thursday night after making an earlier lead that later was overwhelmed.
And forward Harry Kane speaking to Sky Sports after the game describe the experience as a big disappointment;
“A massive disappointment after being ahead at half time. We dropped too deep and it took them to equalize for us to step it up again. We scored what we thought was going to be the winner but that’s the fine margins in games like this. It’s part of learning as a team, we take that on the chin and that’s the way we want to play.
“That’s what VAR is there for. It’s hard because you think you’ve won but we’ve got to get used to it. I’m sure they got it right.
“I don’t think the Champions League final affected it tonight, as a squad we are good enough whoever plays. This is when the tournaments are going to be, you’ve got to pick yourself up at this stage of the season. We were a few inches away from winning it.
“We made sloppy mistakes giving the ball away but that’s what we have to learn from. When you come across good teams that’s what they do.