Following Tuesday's draw with Costa Rica, a record 11th by a team in tournament history, the Three Lions mounted up a plethora of unwelcome titles... and Goal has them all
A drab 0-0 draw with Costa Rica ended their World Cup campaign on a whimper as England's worst ever start to the competition ended with a lowest points tally and a first group stage exit since 1958.
But where else have Roy Hodgson & Co. failed in Brazil? Goal recaps the records broken by the Three Lions squad...
|ENGLAND'S RECORD OF WORLD CUP WOES
|England's tally of just one point is their lowest ever in a World Cup group stage|
|England lost their opening two World Cup games for the first time ever|
|England have not been eliminated at the group stage since 1958|
|England failed to win a game at a World Cup for the first time since 1958|
|Two goals is the lowest tally for England at a World Cup since their tournament debut in 1950|
|England have not conceded four goals in the group stage since 1958|
|England failed to win either of their World Cup warm-up games for the first time since 2002|
|Uruguay's win over England was their first against a European side in 16 attempts - a run dating back to 1970|
|England have drawn more games 0-0 at World Cups than any other nation, with 11.|
|Gary Cahill and Phil Jagielka had never lost in 13 outings when playing together before the tournament|
|England's shot conversion rate of 6.06 per cent is the worst of any side with two or more goals at this year's World Cup|