Iceland overcame the heavy favourites and progress to the quarter finals.
Without doubt, the biggest shock of the tournament took place on Monday night as England's ticket home from the European Championships was stamped by two Iceland goals.
Despite having the better team on paper and taking the lead through a Wayne Rooney penalty, Iceland responded minutes later through Sigurdsson and then took the lead shortly afterwards through Sigthorsson and confidently defended their advantage through to the final whistle.
You can read the full match report here
The reaction on social media was harsh to say the least, as pundits and fans alike tore the team apart for what they deemed to be a humiliation at the hands of one of the tournament's minnows.
Hang your heads in shame. That is a disgrace #ENG— Adam Hatt (@JabbaTheHatt) 27 June 2016
Harry kane Knocks England out!!!! #ENG— red army (@daviehere) 27 June 2016
The worst defeat in our history. England beaten by a country with more volcanoes than professional footballers. Well played Iceland.— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) 27 June 2016
What a sporting acheivement for iceland. But Gone into a tournament not knowing the best team. Did the shape suit our players?? Not for me.— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) 27 June 2016
Where is co-commentator that actually reflects the viewer? "We are awful tonight. What's wrong with us? What has Hodgson told these dopes?"— Danny Baker (@prodnose) 27 June 2016
Who follows Hodgson? Answer on postcard to FA. But new contract for Roy not an option after this. Still unclear what his #Eng is meant to be— Oliver Kay (@OliverKayTimes) 27 June 2016
At Last he's gone— Mick Quinn (@mickquinn1089) June 27, 2016
Roy Hodgson resigns from the England job
2 years to late for me Roy
Well, England, you've had quite the week— John Oliver (@iamjohnoliver) 27 June 2016