The full list of records broken by England at World Cup

Following their 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
Come the final whistle is Belo Horizonte, England were finally put out of their misery. Three games played, two goals scored and one point earned.

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 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 tries - 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
England have scored only five goals in their last eight World Cup games. They last scored more than twice back in 2002 vs Denmark
England have still only come from behind to win two games at the World Cup (the 1966 final and in 1990 vs Cameroon, both in extra-time)
Roy Hodgson has won none of his last five games at World Cups
Frank Lampard has hit 40 shots at World Cups without scoring, more than any other player (1966-2014)
England used 21 players at this World Cup (Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Fraser Forster were the only two to miss out) - they had never used more than 19 before