England might have just played their most frustrating Euro opener, ever.
Things were going so well. The quality of football was high and lots of good chances were created - including a shot by Wayne Rooney which was only stopped because Igor Akinfeev demonstrated some incredible goalkeeping.
My word. Feels like the world is against us in major tournaments. Can never catch a break! What a save from the Russian keeper. #EURO2016
-- Hashbrown (@hesham786) June 11, 2016
-- Richard van P (@UEFAcomRichVP) June 11, 2016
Hot on the heels of Rooney's attempt, Eric Dier smashed in a powerful free-kick to give England the well deserved lead at last - and the love came flooding in.
-- Vhick (@Vhicck) June 11, 2016
-- Dan Keeler (@keelerdan) June 11, 2016
-- Mike Cotter (@Cotter_Jnr) June 11, 2016
Nothing *dire* about this guy, amirite?
-- David Walker (@djwskyblu) June 11, 2016
But then, with literally minutes left of the match, Russia's Vasili Berezutski slipped in a last-gasp equaliser. And dejected fans could not believe it.
But really, in actual fact, they could believe it.
-- Chris Taylor (@FutureBoy) June 11, 2016
Classic England, eh?