Martin Skrtel lead his Slovakia side out at Wembley on Monday night knowing that if they could manage to get a win, they would leapfrog England and claim top spot in Group F of 2018 World Cup qualifying.
Gareth Southgate made two changes to his side that beat Malta on Friday, bringing in Eric Dier and Marcus Rashford, and it was the Man Utd teenager who gave away the ball for the opening goal of the game.
After just three minutes, Wembley fell completely flat as those who turned up to watch their country saw England go behind thanks to a Stanislav Lobotka goal.
While England did win 4-0 in Malta, the performance was very poor and the three late goals did little to con the fans into thinking it was a good showing.
And it seems as if those fans have voted with their feet as there were a LOT of empty seats at kick-off.
Wembley, where the England loyalty spell looks broken. Days of packed houses for underachieving team behind us? pic.twitter.com/KrZFS9Hf4u
— Paul Hayward (@_PaulHayward) September 4, 2017
Not looking good for Gareth Southgate, as while he's still got time to turn this particular result around, it seems as though there is very little faith in this England team.