England ensured their place in the knock out stage of Euro 2016, but they might be in for a tricky draw after only finishing second in group B.
The Three Lions failed to hold down their top spot as Roy Hodgson’s men were held into a goalless draw by Slovakia in their final group game.
That result puts England on five points from one win and two draws, while their Britain rival, Wales picked up six points which puts them sitting on top of Hodgson’s men.
Despite dominating most of the game, Three Lions’ struggling to break down Slovakia’s defensive display as Marek Hamsik and co seem settled in search for just one point.
Finishing second pretty much puts England’s in a situation where they can already meet a tough opposition in the next round of the tournament.