England's performance wasn't the only difficult thing to look at on Thursday night. The Wembley pitch itself looked a right mess, as England laboured to a late 1-0 win over Slovenia.
The stadium played host to back-to-back American football games last weekend, treating England fans to quite the spectacle as the New Orleans Saints beat the Miami Dolphins 20-0 after Jacksonville Jaguars had shellacked the Baltimore Ravens with a 44-7 scoreline in a previous game.
England's World Cup qualifying match seemed to have come a bit too soon, though, as NFL markings and numbers were still visible all over the pitch.
The touchlines were the worst-looking areas, with the grass there a completely different shade from the rest.
Never thought I'd see day where England plays a World Cup Qualifier at Wembley and you can see yard markers from NFL football on the pitch— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) October 5, 2017
The home side, however, were able to nick a late win through Spurs star forward Harry Kane, who saved the viewing crowd from a stalemate with a stoppage time goal.
Kane's winner means that the Three Lions have qualified for next year's World Cup tournament, yet supporters aren't very hopeful.