Roy Keane has described the attitude of some of England's players during their Euro 2020 qualifier against Bulgaria as "shocking".
However, after England were less than impressive during the opening 45 minutes, Keane did not hold back with his criticism of Gareth Southgate's team.
The former Republic of Ireland assistant told ITV: "Too slow, players taking too many touches, not good enough movement. Not great body language, feels like an end-of-season game. If you start the game like England did – lacklustre – it's a long old day for them, so I've been really disappointed.
"We spoke before the game about England's pace, movement, but we've not seen any of it – bar Sterling, who is the only one playing with any sort of tempo. I know Gareth's a placid guy but I think he'll be fuming watching that. The attitude from some of the players is shocking."
England are next in action when they face Kosovo on Tuesday evening.