Reaction to the Three Lions' 1-1 draw has been flooding in across Twitter, while outspoken pundit Stan Collymore has defended the atmosphere in co-host nation UkraineEuro 2012 is in full swing, and despite apprehension ahead of the tournament, the first round of group games in Poland and Ukraine have proved to be very enjoyable.
England played out a 1-1 draw with France last night and reaction has been steadily flowing in.
In addition, footballer-turned-pundit Stan Collymore defends the negative press Ukraine fans have been getting with his own experiences, Tim Krul looks forward to the Netherlands' clash against Germany and Simon Cox is not disheartened after Republic of Ireland's loss to Croatia.
Once again containing a typically offbeat platitude from Joey Barton, here is the latest edition of Goal.com's Word on the Tweet...
"As for "not many British ethnic minorities tweeting from Ukraine",first,I don't look like Dolph Lundgren do I? Second...
"2 British Asians came up to me in Stadium,and said explicitly that they came after I'd been tweeting from Ukraine.They are having a ball.
"Have seen as many different coloured faces in the 2 stadiums I've worked in as at a Premier League game,so go figure."
Stan Collymore defends the reputation of Ukraine following the racism scandal that engulfed the build-up to the competition.
"Great game between Ukraine and Sweden. Makes for an interesting match on Friday for both England and France. Strong group."
Patrick Viera believes Ukraine's dramatic win over Sweden has made Group D hard to predict.
"Good game yesterday. Was happy to see the city boys. @JoleonLescott - Jo - Milly"
France left-back Gael Clichy shows some comrarderie with his Manchester City team-mates.
"Thanx for all the messages last night & today. Already preparing for the next game."
England goalscorer Joleon Lescott is already looking ahead to their clash with Sweden.
"1-1 decent performance from England ! Both sides will be happy with that ?"
Another footballer-turned-pundit, Robbie Savage, reacts to England's hard-fought draw with France.
"Happy with the point time to get back to the beach au voir!"
Phil Neville is happy with draw , but can't master the French language.
"Landed in #Charkov.. This afternoon 1 more training session in the Metalist stadium before tomorrows game against the Germans..!!
Tim Krul is deep in preparations ahead of Netherlands' key Group B clash with Germany.
"Morning peeps today we train and get focused back on the job in hand and getting a positive result against the Spanish. Tough but we believe"
Simon Cox believes the Republic of Ireland can snatch a result against the reigning holders Spain.
"Just myself haha “@Joey7Barton Do you believe in a God/any gods?"
And finally, QPR captain Joey Barton with another piece of WOTT gold.