• Stuart Pearce's England exited the European Under-21 Championship with no victory from their three Group A games.
  • Steven Caulker and Ciro Immobile battled for the ball in the opening match against Italy.
  • Pearce's side were unable to find the net in a goalless first half
  • Nathaniel Clyne took the ball past Fabio Borini
  • Everyone thought Craig Dawson had given England the lead, but his effort was eventually disallowed
  • A late free kick from Lorenzo Insigne won the game for Italy
  • England met Norway in their second match.
  • Norway quickly moved ahead in the 15th minute.
  • It got even worse for England in the 34th minute when the lead was doubled.
  • Wilfried Zaha showed his frustration as England fell 3-0 behind.
  • Craig Dawson scored from the penalty spot to pull a goal back.
  • It wasn't enough as the 3-1 defeat means England's early exit was confirmed.
  • FA chairman David Bernstein talked to Pearce ahead of the final match against Israel.
  • England manager Roy Hodgson was in the crowd.
  • Alon Turgeman of Israel tangled with Thomas Ince.
  • No goals arrived for England and that was much to Zaha's frustration.
  • Israel secured the win when Ofir Kriaf struck in the 80th minute.
  • The loss means England go home with plenty to think about.

England Under-21s

Stuart Pearce's England exited the European Under-21 Championship with no victory from their three Group A games.